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Whether you’re new to parenting a child with diabetes or your family has lived with the condition for years, finding excellent childcare is crucial, but it also might...

Spinal cord stimulators, a type of implantable device, have been researched as a treatment for painful diabetic neuropathy, a complication of diabetes that leads to...

Chronic obesity-related health conditions such as type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, high blood pressure, and fatty liver disease were previously only seen in...

Earlier this week, Dexcom announced its decision to re-submit the software for the much-anticipated G7, pushing back the US launch date until later in 2022. Here’s...

diaTribe’s Julie Heverly had the opportunity to try the new Tandem mobile app, which allows users to administer insulin boluses directly from their smartphones. Here’...

Monkeypox has been declared a national public health emergency. Learn what this virus is, its symptoms, and how you can protect yourself and others if you have...

Insulet recently announced that the Omnipod 5 automated insulin delivery (AID) system is now fully available to anyone with type 1 diabetes ages 6 and up. Read about...

Automated insulin delivery (AID) systems have helped many people with diabetes improve their glucose management and Time in Range, both during the day and overnight....

Dr. Howard Wolpert, a leader in diabetes care, left the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston to work in industry. But his career, and his life, eventually came full...

People with diabetes can have happy, healthy pregnancies — but should proceed with caution and with consistent medical advice from their healthcare providers. Here...

An update to Tandem’s t:connect mobile app, which allows users to administer bolus insulin directly from their smartphones, is now available for iOS and Android. To...

Lilly has just announced that it will discontinue manufacturing its Glucagon Emergency Kits. Read why the company took this step and what your options are to access...

On the surface, it may seem as if the lifestyle choices needed to manage diabetes are simple. However, having access to healthy foods and eating a well-balanced diet...

Inspiring stories about people who accomplish impressive feats with diabetes are important and heart-warming, but they can also be problematic. Our friend, Renza...

Abdominal fat in men – also called a “beer belly” or “belly fat” – is common in many people; it can lead to health complications and make it harder to manage diabetes...

In the search for new and innovative ways to treat type 1 diabetes, researchers have looked to develop therapies that protect or improve the body’s ability to produce...

In case you missed them, below you’ll find our top five stories from July 2022. This month’s best stories cover a wide variety of topics including recent advances...

Yogurt is a common dairy food, but with so many varieties and flavors, it’s hard to know which ones are the best for someone with diabetes. Learn more about the...

Gestational diabetes affects as many as 1 in 10 pregnancies in the US and can have negative consequences for both the parent and the baby. Proper exercise may help...

Insulin pens and pumps are two of the most popular choices for insulin delivery. The CeQur Simplicity aims to combine the strengths of both of these technologies.

The FDA approved Beovu (brolucizumab) to treat diabetic macular edema for people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. This medication could potentially help you or someone...

At the 16th annual Diabetes Forum, a panel discussion co-hosted by the diaTribe Foundation and Taking Control of Your Diabetes (TCOYD) at the American Diabetes...

Yoga is an activity that can invigorate your body and improve your overall health. Yoga helps your posture and is a form of meditation that reduces stress and anxiety...

Vertex Pharmaceuticals announced its intention to acquire the biotechnology company ViaCyte for $320 million in cash, merging two leaders in beta cell replacement...

Researchers are dedicated to developing new mealtime insulins that can help improve glucose management and prevent highs and lows. Exciting new concentrated, ultra-...

Taking a break from your insulin pump or dealing with a pump malfunction can be a stressful experience. Dr. Ananta Addala, an endocrinologist at Stanford University,...

While African Americans, Hispanic/Latino Americans, and Indigenous people can be nearly twice as likely to have diabetes as white Americans, these populations are...

See if you are eligible to participate in this study looking at whether the One Touch Solutions platform and its associated partner programs can help people better...

Getting up and moving around throughout the day may reduce your risk for diabetes. Learn how to incorporate more movement in your day to help reduce the amount of...

What is the risk of passing diabetes on to your children? Research shows that diabetes has a genetic component, but what does that mean?

Psychologist and diabetes specialist, Mark Heyman, talks about his new book on his personal type 1 diabetes story. He discusses why he wrote this book and what he...

The financial burden of managing diabetes can be overwhelming. Sanofi has updated its Valyou Savings Program to make insulin more affordable for those who are...

A study looked at diabetes-related hospitalizations in France before and after people started using a FreeStyle Libre continuous glucose monitor (CGM). Results showed...

The insulin your pancreas makes (or doesn't make) is at the center of how the body regulates blood glucose levels. Learn more about how this vital organ works and how...

Unfortunately, people with diabetes are often unfairly represented in the media. An accurate and empowering portrayal of a person with diabetes on screen is one of...