From Broadway to Medical Technology on The Balancing Act
February 18, 2019
Broadway Across America and More!
The Balancing Act returns with an all-new episode covering the latest on Broadway as well as a cutting-edge device improving the lives of those with type 1 diabetes.
Broadway Across America is back! Go on an epic adventure as host Amber Milt takes us inside the romantic new musical Anastasia. Hear from Lila Coogan—making her national tour début as Anya—and costume designer Linda Cho as we learn how the beautifully designed costumes and sweeping score transport audiences from the twilight of the Russian Empire to the excitement of Paris in the 1920s.
Then, The Balancing Act travels to Atlanta, Georgia, to learn more about type 1 diabetes from Dr. Bruce Bode, a leading endocrinologist. We also sit down with Laura Kronen, who shares her experience with managing the disease. Plus, we receive an inside look at a cutting-edge device that leverages digital technology to improve the lives of those affected by type 1 diabetes. Engineered for long-lasting accuracy and ease of use, the Eversense Long-Term Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) System offers advantages over traditional CGM.
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