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The world’s hottest new miracle drug for type 2 diabetes, Ozempic (semaglutide), has surged in popularity among people with and without diabetes looking to lose...

Wanting to learn more about the impact that diabetes can have on someone’s love life, we asked people with diabetes about their successes as well as heartbreaks. We...

Access to continuous glucose monitors (CGM) can be severely limited. Tamara Oser, a researcher at the University of Colorado, launched PREPARE 4 CGM, a project...

diaTribe’s own Diane Scherer shares why she is both eager and hesitant as she navigates various diabetes devices over the years and offers tips for trying new...

Dexcom and Division I college athletes have teamed up to encourage other people living with diabetes to fully participate in sports.

The FDA approved Proclaim XR, a new implantable spinal cord stimulation device, as a treatment for pain from diabetes-related nerve damage, which affects 1 in 3...

A new study found that people with diabetes who switched to a high deductible health plan (HDHP) were more likely to experience serious complications. Understand your...

The FDA approved a new medication for type 2 diabetes called...

In case you missed them, below you'll find our top four stories from January 2023. This month's best stories cover various topics including recipes, new drug...

The FDA cleared Tidepool Loop for people with type 1 diabetes ages six and up. Tidepool Loop is now the first “do-it-yourself” automated insulin delivery system ...

Obesity affects about one in five children in the United States and can lead to many health issues down the road, including type 2 diabetes. For the first time, the...

What do you do when the approved drugs and treatments for managing your type 1 diabetes don’t seem to be enough? Lilly Varon, a teen with type 1 diabetes, turned to...

Every person with diabetes has something to teach diabetes care providers. This is a story about how education and technology can empower and motivate a person with...

New study results showed that using an artificial pancreas, or fully closed-loop automated insulin delivery system, improved time spent in a healthy glucose...

Schizophrenia or bipolar disorder could put you at greater risk for diabetes and complications, but why? Leading expert Professor Richard Holt shares insights into...

A health benefits program for uninsured individuals expanded eligibility for coverage of the Dexcom G6 continuous glucose monitor (CGM) to all people with type 1...

The FDA cleared Mallya, a new smart medical device for disposable injector pens. This allows users of both insulin and GLP-1 receptor agonist pens to connect the...

Diabetic macular edema (DME) is a complication that could lead to blurry vision or even vision loss. Early detection and aggressive treatment using the latest...

New virtual care assistants have been shown to help many people overcome these feelings and benefit diabetes management.

What does discrimination look like for people with diabetes? Would you recognize it if it happened at your place of work? Learn the laws that protect you and what to...

The Extended infusion set doubles the amount of wear time from previous models and allows for changing the reservoir mid-way through use. Additionally, the new design...

The FDA has just announced that Rybelsus has now been approved as an initial treatment option for type 2 diabetes. In addition to the glucose-lowering effects,...

Over the past year, there have been tremendous advances in technology that aim to help people manage their diabetes. Here are some highlights of the major...

Could the spices in your kitchen cabinet protect or even improve brain health? The research is limited, but you can still enjoy the wonderful flavors and potential...

A mother shares her story of loss and devastation, exposing how teens with diabetes may be suffering silently, tormented by the effects of a disease they don’t want...

Adults with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes are at higher risk of having undetected pancreatic cancer. A U.S. clinical trial is recruiting this population to evaluate...

The FDA recently approved Wegovy (semaglutide), a GLP-1 receptor agonist, as a weight loss treatment for teens ages 12 and up. Wegovy is now the first once-weekly...

People have the misconception that taking glucose-lowering medication is a sign of weakness or that it means you are very sick. Early treatment, however, may be the...

Diabetes is a lifelong condition that can have a large impact on a person’s mental and emotional health. The best diabetes care emphasizes the psychological side as...

College student Christina Roth created the nonprofit College Diabetes Network, now known as The Diabetes Link, a peer support group that expanded to more than 300...

Learning you have any chronic illness can be overwhelming and difficult to accept. Finding meaningful support can help you cope with a diabetes diagnosis.