We test lots

We test lots

The DVLA says test every 2 hours to drive without hypos. We think that’s a good starting point. And we built a tracking app so you can record that data easily, share it with people you love and let your doctors see how things are going. When you test more often you...
Apple Watch and Diabetes Management

Apple Watch and Diabetes Management

*Screenshot from http://www.apple.com/watch/ What’s so great about the Apple Watch?   How you answer that question will depend on where you sit on this curve. We’re excited less about what the watch can do today as where it and the Pebble watches are...
Tracking and messaging

Tracking and messaging

We think tracking and communications are one key to the future of better diabetes management. Communications with support networks is key to being encouraged and helped in diabetes management. Families tell us they want a bigger part in managing their parents’...
CGM makes you look at your blood sugars more

CGM makes you look at your blood sugars more

CGM makes you look at your blood sugars more. That’s what makes it work so well. I have been type 1 since 1998 and over the past couple of years i have been fortunate to own a continuous glucose monitor (CGM). What’s a CGM?...
Skateboarding, exercise and diabetes

Skateboarding, exercise and diabetes

Diabetes and exercise: three things The other day we wrote that when you are newly diagnosed you have to worry about hypos when you exercise. Here are three key things to think about around exercise and diabetes: Aerobic exercise will drive your blood sugars down. And...