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Where Was Your Diabetes in 2015? A Look Back After 300 Episodes

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Release Date: 05/05/2020

"We Treat the Data" - DreaMed Diabetes Wants To Help Lift The Burden

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

There's new help for doctors who want to treat the person with diabetes and not feel overwhelmed with data. The people at are behind the brains of the Medtronic 780G system, but they're hoping to help thousands of people who may never use an insulin pump by making diabetes data a lot easier for doctors to use. This week, CEO and Founder Eran Atlas explains their Advisor Pro system to Stacey. In TMSG a big award for a doctor you all may know better as an Amazing Racer and I learn the word Soccerista. In Innovations – women and diabetes tech design.  This podcast is not intended as...

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"I'm Happy I Did It" - Volunteering For a COVID Vaccine Trial With T1D

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Helene Cooper has type 1 diabetes, asthma, and she's Black. All of those factors increase her risks if she catches COVID 19. They're also exactly what the researchers behind one of the vaccine trials were looking for. She's now in that Phase 3 Trial and shares what it's been like. Helene is also a reporter for the New York Times, covering the Pentagon and has an incredible story that began well before she was diagnosed with type 1 at the age of 15. In Tell Me Something Good, a few high profile birthdays and diaversaries Plus, Innovations – see through is your organizational friend. ...

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"I've Never Dwelled On It:" 66 Years of Living Well With Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Jeanne Martin was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age ten, in the 1950s. Technology was very different back then, of course, but so was the medical community's reaction. Jeanne was told she would never have children and if she did, she wouldn't live to see her children grow up. Today, Jeanne not only has a daughter, she's also a grandmother. She shares what she’s learned along the way. We also talk to Jeanne's daughter Jessica, who talks about growing up with a parent who has type 1. In Innovations, find out why when it comes to keeping track of long and short acting insulin, a CDE says...

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Learning From A T1D Sibling, Who's Now A Diabetes Educator show art Learning From A T1D Sibling, Who's Now A Diabetes Educator

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

When Shaina Hatchell's little brother was diagnosed with type 1 at age nine, she knew her life - and her life's goals - had changed forever. She decided she would teach everyone about diabetes when she grew up. Now a registered nurse and certified diabetes educator, In this episode she shares her story and answers listeners questions about teaching kids with T1D all about acceptance. In Tell Me Something Good, cheerleaders and a lot to cheer about and.. our newest segment.. Innovations.. new studies and approval for the latest hybrid closed loop pump systems. .. This podcast is not...

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Minisode #11: Let's Stop Saying: Minisode #11: Let's Stop Saying: "Kid First, Diabetes Second"

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

It didn't take long after my son was diagnosed for someone to tell us, "Kid first, diabetes second." Benny was diagnosed in 2006, but that phrase has been around a long time in the diabetes parenting community. I get it. We shouldn't take away all the things that make childhood fun and special, because of a diagnoses of T1D. We also don’t want diabetes to be the first thing people think about when they consider our children and we don’t want diabetes to dictate every decision we make. But the more I think about it, more I think that phrase misses the mark. ----- available to Diabetes...

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"Rip It Off and Squeeze It Out" - A New Way to Treat Lows

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

What do you use to treat lows on the go? One of the newest options is a flexible necklace, filled with 15 grams of fast-acting glucose. The Thrive Glucose Gel Medical Alert Necklace is easy to take with you, rip off and open if you need it. The idea came to first responder Kris Maynard after his own severe low had to be treated by paramedics. His family had tried to use the "red box" emergency glucagon kit but missed a vital step. Kris also shares that one of his teen sons has been diagnosed with type 1 via TrialNet and explains how their family is coping with that knowledge. New segment...

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"Everything in Life Seems Like It's Connected to Food!" Celiac Mom Author Ann Campanella

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

There's a lot of overlap between type 1 diabetes & celiac disease, including how hard it can be to get a diagnosis. People with T1D are thought to have ten times the risk of developing celiac and even more have a sensitivity to gluten.  Ann Campanella went for years knowing something was wrong with her little girl and being brushed aside until she finally found a doctor who took her seriously. Ann shares her story in and takes some time to talk to us about her story In Tell Me Something Good, The Renegade Run is back and we share a bunch of diaversaries, with some interesting ways...

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Bolus Maximus - Diabetic Men Talk Tough Stuff show art Bolus Maximus - Diabetic Men Talk Tough Stuff

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Have you heard of Bolus Maximus? Behind that great name are two men with type 1 looking to bring new resources to the community talk about the tough stuff. This week, Stacey talks to Brandon Denson and Matt Tarro. They share their stories and what they hope to achieve with In Tell Me Something Good, we have a few artists in our audience and some good news for the podcast. This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. ----- available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Get the App and listen to Diabetes...

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The Baby-Sitters Club & Type 1 Diabetes in Media show art The Baby-Sitters Club & Type 1 Diabetes in Media

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

The Baby-Sitters Club comes to Netflix! The beloved series features a character who lives with type 1 diabetes. How did the show do portraying life for a 7th grader with T1D? We talk to New York Times Bestselling author and winner of the National Book Award Robin Benway. Robin loved the books as a child and was diagnosed with type 1 as an adult. Also this week, Mike Suarez turned his son’s story into an adorable picture book called In Tell Me Something Good – she had a huge goal for the JDRF rides this year – of course so much had to be cancelled this year but her story took a...

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"We're All Figuring This Out Together" - Improving School Care For Children With Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Back to school is stressful for families touched by diabetes, even without this year's incredible and unique challenges. There’s a new service in development to help make it just a little easier to let someone else take care of your child. Bob Weishar is the founder of a new company called Invincible. We’ll find out more about what he hopes to do and how this teaching and communication tool might help. In Tell Me Something Good.. graduations.. zip lining and sky diving! This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care...

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We started the show in Summer of 2015. This week, Stacey takes a look back at what was happening in diabetes technology at that time. Tandem had just announced you'd be able to upgrade without getting a new pump, Dexcom gave up on the Share cradle an Bigfoot & Beyond Type 1 were just coming on the scene.

Check out Stacey's new book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom!

In Tell Me Something Good, we share your stories! What was happening with your diabetes in 2015?

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