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How Dexcom Warrior Jadrino Huot
Manages Diabetes While Travelling
Get expert advice on travelling while managing diabetes from Dexcom Warrior Jadrino Huot.
How this Dad-Daughter Duo Manages Diabetes with Dexcom CGM
Conrad Pow shares how he helps his daughter, Dexcom Warrior Chloe manage T1D as she grows up with Dexcom CGM.
Dexcom G7 vs FreeStyle Libre 2: Choosing the Right CGM
Get a comparison of Dexcom G7 and FreeStyle Libre 2 to explore which glucose monitoring system fits your needs.
Dexcom G7 vs. Dexcom G6: Advancements in Diabetes Technology
Dive into our detailed comparison of Dexcom G6 and Dexcom G7. Understand the key differences, advancements, and features of these two leading continuous glucose monitoring systems.
CGM and Pregnancy: How Dexcom G7 is Transforming Gestational Diabetes Care
Explore how Dexcom G7 can support individuals experiencing gestational diabetes during pregnancy.
How Dexcom Warrior Christina Creates Great Memories with CGM
Dexcom Warrior Christina Marie Mulchandani reviews Dexcom G6 and shares how it helps her stay in the present and live life to the fullest.
Managing Low Blood Sugar Overnight
Managing type 1 diabetes (T1D) is a round-the-clock job—even when you need to sleep. Making sure that your glucose levels stay within your target range at nighttime can be challenging.
What Affects Blood Sugar in People Living with Diabetes?
Managing blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is a main consideration for people living with diabetes. Here’s an overview of what blood sugar is and the biology of how insulin and blood sugar interact in the body.
Taking the First Steps After a Diabetes Diagnosis
Receiving a diabetes diagnosis can be overwhelming. Take the time to educate yourself and explore your diabetes management options as you move forward on your diabetes journey.
Diabetes Education: Understanding and Living with Diabetes
Education is the first step to diabetes management. Here are some diabetes basics, including key definitions of new medical terminology and some of the essentials of diabetes management.
Diabetes Self-Management: 5 Tips for Self-Care
Diabetes self-management refers to the steps you can take daily to stay on top of your glucose levels. Here are just a few ways you can care for yourself while managing diabetes.
What You Need to Know Before Trying Popular Diets for Diabetes
Diet becomes a major part of your life as you begin your diabetes management journey. Learn about a few diets that you might consider.
What Does Prediabetes Mean?
Part of type 2 diabetes prevention is early detection. A prediabetes diagnosis is one of the ways medical professionals help guide individuals towards taking measures to ensure that they don’t develop type 2 diabetes.
Types Of Insulin And Their Impact On The Body
Insulin. We hear about it all the time, but what do we really know about it? Learn about the history of insulin, insulin types, and how it’s used for diabetes management today.
Managing & Controlling Diabetes Through Self-Care, Education & Technology
Living a healthy, full life often requires a dynamic approach to your overall wellbeing. Learn how a people living with diabetes can take a front seat in controlling their condition through the right mix of self-care, education and support.
A Guide to Managing Blood Sugar During Exercise
Learn about the benefits of regular physical activity and its effect on your diabetes management strategy. Getting started and getting active is easier than you think!
How to Get Continuous Glucose Monitoring on a Compatible Smartwatch
Diabetes is a condition that requires 24/7 monitoring. Thanks to continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technology, you can keep track of your glucose data on your smartwatch when using your compatible smartphone.
Monitoring Blood Sugar: How New Technology is Changing the Game
CGM systems offer a variety of benefits for those who monitor their glucose levels using a blood glucose meter. Forget routine fingersticks* and manual scanning, and say hello to more peace of mind.
Know Before You Go: Tips For Travelling with Diabetes
Travelling with diabetes comes with its own unique considerations. We cover a few simple tips to bring some peace of mind to your next trip.
Remote Monitoring: Your Partner in Childhood Diabetes Care
As a parent of a child or infant living with diabetes, you can feel like you’re carrying the weight of their condition on your shoulders. Remote diabetes monitoring can help ease some of that burden.
5 Ways to Help Lower Your A1C That Go Beyond Diet
Explore five ways to help lower A1C that go beyond dietary changes. These tips include actionable and research-backed strategies you can use to help lower your A1C, including using a CGM system, like Dexcom G6, to get a more complete picture of your glucose levels and manage your condition in a whole new way.
Dexcom G6 vs. Freestyle Libre 2: Why the Differences Matter
For people living with diabetes, choosing the right technology to monitor their blood glucose is an important decision. Learn which technology suits your diabetes care plan best as we walk through some of the similarities and differences between the Dexcom G6 and FreeStyle Libre 2.
A Parent’s Guide to Treating Childhood Type 1 Diabetes
For parents of children living with type 1 diabetes, glucose management can be a constant and confusing battle. In this post, we outline effective ways to help manage type 1 diabetes while empowering your child to take control of their own condition.
Breaking Down Time in Range: A New Way to Think About Glucose
People who live with diabetes spend a good part of each day trying to make sure their glucose levels where they are not too high and not too low. You might call it your glucose sweet spot.
How Dexcom G6 Can Change How You Live With Diabetes
How does the Dexcom G6 work? What exactly does it measure? How is it different from a Flash Glucose Monitor (FGM)? All these questions (and more) are answered in this guide to the innovative Dexcom G6 CGM system, now available in Canada.
The Winding Road of Diabetes Management
Glucose management is a constant battle for people living with diabetes. The daily concerns about the condition, the guessing at how much insulin to give yourself, and factors like food, activity, and stress can all have an impact on glucose levels.