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June 2021

2021 Camp Mask Guidelines and Information

2021-06-18T14:21:32-07:00

Camp is right around the corner and here is a breakdown for the 2021 Camp Buck Mask Guidelines. We are now a month away from Camp Buck 2021 (how exciting), yet I'm sure you're left with many questions on how camp will be this year. As we follow the CDC and ACA state and [...]

2021 Camp Mask Guidelines and Information2021-06-18T14:21:32-07:00

April 2021

A New Leash on T1D Life

2021-04-21T14:39:38-07:00

If you missed our April 2021 Educational Series , you can watch the full video here.Presented on Wednesday, April 14th, 2021 at 6:00pm via Facebook Live with Stephanie Gerkin – Executive Director of Michael's Angel Paws “A New Leash on T1D Life” Educational Support Series.Join the Nevada Diabetes Association as we welcome Stephanie Gerken, the Executive Director [...]

A New Leash on T1D Life2021-04-21T14:39:38-07:00

Zegalogue – New Emergency Glucagon Approved for Adults and Children in US

2021-04-06T10:58:19-07:00

Zegalogue (also known as dasiglucagon injection) was recently approved by the FDA to treat severe hypoglycemia(low BG) in people with diabetes over the age of six. Zegalogue is made by Zealand Pharma, a biotechnology company founded in Denmark in 1998. The new emergency glucagon will be available starting in June as a pre-filled syringe or an auto-injector [...]

Zegalogue – New Emergency Glucagon Approved for Adults and Children in US2021-04-06T10:58:19-07:00

February 2021

Controversial or Not – Super Bowl Ad

2021-02-09T14:20:01-08:00

Nick Jonas shows off his Dexcom G6, a life-saving device for Type 1 diabetics who can afford it. COURTESY OF DEXCOM Dexcom makes a device widely used by those living day to day with diabetes. While no one can argue that bringing awareness to this disease is important. Then why are some people [...]

Controversial or Not – Super Bowl Ad2021-02-09T14:20:01-08:00

CampViews & Dexcom Research Study

2021-02-03T17:20:50-08:00

65-OR: Remote Monitoring of CGM Data at Diabetes Camp Mitigates Hypoglycemia Day and Night Some diabetes camps require campers to relinquish diabetes technology upon arrival. We evaluated the acceptability of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) use and remote monitoring of CGM data at camp. Insulin-treated campers ages 7-18 years were enrolled at a week-long diabetes [...]

CampViews & Dexcom Research Study2021-02-03T17:20:50-08:00

Insulin Pricing in January 2021

2021-02-03T17:27:05-08:00

You may have heard about the Presidential transition of Joe Biden and his administration placing a freeze on or reversed a previous Trump Administration Executive Order that lowered the price of insulin. During the Presidential era of Trump,  the former administration in December 2020,  issued a policy ruling stating that health centers that participate in [...]

Insulin Pricing in January 20212021-02-03T17:27:05-08:00