Hearing you have diabetes can be scary (we totally get it) but with all the resources available today, we know you can live a long and healthy life – and we’ll show you how!read more →
Most people who have lived with diabetes for awhile know how important it is to have your A1c checked routinely, but there are several other “regularly scheduled maintenance” checkups Dr. Edelman recommends to help protect you against complications down the road.read more →
Learning how to be mindful can take some practice, and it can be especially difficult to pay attention to experiences in the present moment when you are busy doing everything necessary to manage your diabetes. Even though it may not be easy, mindfulness can be a valuable tool you can use to help you manage difficult diabetes-related emotions.read more →
A ton of research is being done in the field of glucose management during and after exercise, and we asked two top researchers who are also athletes living with type 1, to provide insights into their work and to share their personal training regimens.read more →
Mark your calendar for TCOYD’s 2nd annual weekend-long conference & retreat…ONE!
Join Dr. Steve Edelman and his amazing team of type 1 doctors, endocrinologists, and diabetes specialists for a full weekend retreat at the picturesque Paradise Point Resort & Spa in San Diego, August 17-19th, 2018. Join us!
The MiniMed 670G from Medtronic is an insulin pump coupled with a glucose sensor. I decided to try it partially out of professional interest and partially out of personal interest, as my blood glucose control hasn’t been the greatest the past couple of years. Since I started using 670G, my overall blood glucose control is better, but I have to keep reminding myself of this non-consequential fact, because every day I find things about this system that I don’t particularly like.read more →