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The agency says it has received word of an accidental insulin overdose that occurred with an automated insulin dosing system.

A Blood Glucose Monitor Designed With Consumers, Not Patients, In Mind

How Lonny Stormo’s frustration with meter design led to the creation of POPS! Diabetes Care, and a meter that is elegant enough to double as an iPhone case.

RileyLink founder Pete Schwamb has released the code for others in the #WeAreNotWaiting movement to test run.

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Diabeloop announces it will soon sell the DBLG1 insulin pump system in several European countries. It also hopes to soon offer its pump system to children.

Linh Le, founder of Bonbouton, discusses how he created a smart insole to detect foot injury in people with diabetes.

In the study of 294 children, there was little difference in blood sugar management results between the two groups a year after initial diagnosis.

Medtronic entered into a unique partnership with a Minnesota insurer that tracks how well its Guardian CGM helps people stay in optimal blood sugar range. Medtronic also wants to provide incentives to motivate people with diabetes covered by the plan to stay in range.

It’s not going to be easy to bring a noninvasive monitor to market. Here are five takeaways from a recent Nature Biotechnology feature on the glucose monitoring landscape.

The goal is to gather data to prove the safety and effectiveness of the algorithm, which Tidepool hopes to bring before the FDA for approval.