Monthly Archives: February 2015

Timing of Insulin

Back in the days of Regular insulin, taking injections at least 30 minutes before a meal was important because it took quite a while for the insulin start working. Nowadays most people use rapid-acting insulin (Humalog, Novolog, or Apidra), which … Continue reading

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Write Down Your Insulin Pump Settings

Here’s an important tip for those who wear an insulin pump: Write down your pump settings and put them in a safe place. Literally, write them on a piece of paper or an index card and put the paper/card somewhere … Continue reading

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The first question

While I mean in no way to diminish the seriousness of the problem of poverty, I saw – in this story – many parallels to how we work with people and kids who have diabetes. We diabetes professionals can start … Continue reading

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