Glucagon Updates You NEED to Know, Including Mini-Dosing!

Dose of Drs E+P on Glucagon

For years and years (and years), the “red suitcase” was the main glucagon rescue kit most people with type 1 diabetes had stashed somewhere in case of emergency. Thankfully, we now have two newer glucagon options that are much easier to administer. Drs. E+P explain how to use each one, and they discuss the research and off-label mini-dose glucagon experiments people are conducting that may be a mirror into the future.

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Dexcom Stelo: The First Over-the-Counter CGM for Type 2 Diabetes Gets FDA Approval

Dexcom Stelo

Up until now, it’s been difficult for people newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, or those not on inulin, to get CGM covered by insurance. Thanks to the FDA’s recent approval of Dexcom Stelo – a CGM that can be purchased over-the-counter without a prescription – people with type 2 diabetes who are not on insulin will now be able to benefit from invaluable CGM technology.

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Let’s Make This Personal…How Your Next Experience with Diabetes Education Could be a Game-Changer!

Type 2 Diabetes Research Study

Were you diagnosed with type 2 diabetes less than five years ago, live anywhere in the U.S. and your last A1C was 7.5% or higher? If so, our friends at the Behavioral Diabetes Institute are conducting a research study examining how innovative new approaches to diabetes education might help to improve glucose outcomes and quality of life outcomes over a six-month period of time.

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