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Kaleido wedding special: body image and wedding dress shopping

Kaleido wedding special: body image and wedding dress shopping

So let’s talk about the dress in more detail shall we? Whoa, not that much detail, I still want to surprise Matt when I walk down the aisle. No, I want to talk about all of those body niggles and worries that every bride to be experiences. You know, the ones that lead to the majority of brides feeling like they have to go on a diet or extreme workout plan ahead of...

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Mental Health Day 2019: Dare to Share!

Mental Health Day 2019: Dare to Share!

Research shows that when you have diabetes, your risk of developing depression more than doubles. In fact, some studies show that people with diabetes could be up four times as likely to develop problems with their mental health. I was diagnosed with Type 1 in the early spring of 2013. Lucky for me, I was taken care of brilliantly by an amazing new doctor and team....

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What a welcome to Kaleido!

What a welcome to Kaleido!

I just returned from spending the past week in Barcelona at the EASD conference. And I can honestly say I couldn’t be working with a nicer group of people. Everyone here just seems to get it. We deal with diabetes all day every day, so why not make it positive, colourful and ultimately - happy? As a new company, we have the opportunity to define things from day...

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Kaleido wedding special: and so it begins….

Kaleido wedding special: and so it begins….

Leading up to Friday 6th September 2019, I felt such excitement and a smidgen of apprehension all at the same time. I’d developed such high expectations of what the Kaleido could do for me. Aside from the ability to control the pump remotely (a big win on the wedding dress front), I hoped this teeny tiny piece of colourful technology would help me overcome many of...

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The Medical Device Awareness Card – to make life with an insulin pump easier.

The Medical Device Awareness Card – to make life with an insulin pump easier.

My name is Rachel. My son, George, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when he was eight, in 2010. After 3 years on MDI, we were able to obtain an insulin pump from the Royal Surrey Hospital under the care of Dr Sumner and DSN, Nigel Thorpe. It has given all of us the freedom and flexibility to help him live his best life with plenty of fun. That includes overseas...

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Kaleido wedding special: my fiancée and her T1D

Kaleido wedding special: my fiancée and her T1D

When I first met Niki, I had no idea she had diabetes (not that it mattered to me of course). It wasn’t long before I found out though when we went for a coffee at the café and she took insulin for it. Some of my family members have Type 2 Diabetes and I’m ashamed to say that I never really took the time to find out more. All of that changed the minute Niki whipped...

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