Arden's Day Blog
Arden's Day is a type I diabetes care giver blog written by author Scott Benner. Scott has been a stay-at-home dad since 2000, he is the author of the award winning parenting memoir, 'Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal'. Arden's Day is an honest and transparent look at life with diabetes - since 2007.
type I diabetes, parent of type I child, diabetes Blog, OmniPod, DexCom, insulin pump, CGM, continuous glucose monitor, Arden, Arden's Day, Scott Benner, JDRF, diabetes, juvenile diabetes, daddy blog, blog, stay at home parent, DOC, twitter, Facebook, @ardensday, 504 plan, Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal, Dexcom SHARE, 生命是短暂的，洗衣是永恒的, Shēngmìng shì duǎnzàn de, xǐyī shì yǒnghéng de
Filtering by Category: Interview
Do You Wish That You Could Be In New Orleans This Weekend For The 76th American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions?
well, thanks to the juicebox podcast you kinda can be...
Dexcom is presenting information at the event on a number of topics and I have some of the more interesting stuff available right now for you to hear. Dexcom's Director of Clinical Projects tells us about two topics that I think hold a lot of power over how we manage our blood sugar. It's a short interview but well worth your time today.
I don't have a dixieland band but I can offer your breaking diabetes tech news as it's happening.
'Sugar Surfing: How to Manage Type 1 Diabetes in a Modern World'
Stephen Ponder, MD, FAAP, CDE is my guest on episode 45 of the Juicebox Podcast and he's giving away his book in celebration. Shipping physical books out of the US is expensive so in an effort to include everyone, Stephen is breaking up the giveaway by where you live.
The Sugar Surfing giveaway includes one paperback, (U.S. Residents only) and one eBook, (Non-U.S. Residents only). There are plenty of ways to enter and but be sure to chose the correct entry box below and good luck!
After you enter you can listen to Stephen talk with me about his type 1 diabetes management ideas that you'll find in his book, your days with T1 will definitely be better if you do. I couldn't believe that our methods were so similar.
Your questions for Dexcom on the Juicebox Podcast...
Soon I'll be interviewing Mike Mensinger from Dexcom for my podcast. Mike is the Director of Mobile and Cloud Services Software Development at Dexcom - in short, Mike knows all about the apps and software at Dexcom and we are going to get to pick his brain, ask questions and offer suggestions.
At the moment we are in the middle of working out a time that works for us and will be recording this podcast episode either in the next few days or sometime next week. If you have something you'd like to add to the conversation don't hesitate. Leaving your thoughts as a comment on this post will help me to keep everything in one place but if you have something that you feel is private to add, feel free to email me.
Thanks in advance for participating! I'll do my best to get everyone's questions in during the time that Mike and I have together. In the meantime you may want to listen to my podcast episodes with Dexcom's CEO Kevin Sayer and their EVP Steve Pacelli.
Short and simple post today...
Tomorrow myself and a few other diabetes bloggers are getting to listen in on a conference call with Nick Jonas about his Dexcom use. I'm submitting my questions for Nick later in the day and thought I'd see if you have any that you'd like me to include.
Also, I'm doing my best to get the audio from the call so that you can hear it and I've inquired about putting the call live on Periscope (though that's not looking good)... Good stuff! Post your questions for Nick in the comment section below.