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The Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation continues her legacy of greatness
diaTribe recently spoke with Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan about how tribal communities are being affected by both COVID-19 and diabetes, the structural inequities...
diaTribe’s community manager Cherise Shockley interviewed Karen Washington, one of the stars in the PBS documentary Blood Sugar Rising, about her work to make healthy...
As Black Lives Matter protests continue throughout the world, we put together a few tips to help you protest safely while living with diabetes. In addition, read on for...
Not all people with diabetes are affected equally – diaTribe recommits to helping underserved populations and shares resources for supporting minority health
Starting July 1, 2020, Joslin Diabetes Center’s Dr. Robert Gabbay will become the Chief Scientific & Medical Officer of the American Diabetes Association
The Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists (formerly AADE) recognizes a broader range of expertise and support in diabetes care
Every February the Spare a Rose, Save a Child campaign raises funds to provide insulin and other diabetes supplies to children with type 1 in under-resourced countries...
As 2019 comes to an end, we reflect on a year of hope and growth, with immense gratitude for our community. In 2020 we will continue to focus on helping people with...
Soda taxes aim to reduce consumption of sugary beverages, which are associated with increased risk of weight gain and developing type 2 diabetes. Revenue from soda taxes...
JDRF and Beyond Type 1 are teaming up to support the type 1 community through education, programs, and advocacy
A collaboration between JDRF, Stanford, and UCSF aims to cure type 1 diabetes through understanding of stem cells and the immune system
We asked readers, “Who’s Your Bright Spot?” Read about those who make life with diabetes better and brighter
Advice on how to navigate the college application process and more – here in San Francisco and on Facebook Live, July 18, 4pm-6:30pm PST
Over 160 children and teens living with type 1 diabetes were selected to travel to Washington D.C. for three days, meeting with politicians and lawmakers to advocate for...
We asked diabetes experts for their advice for people with diabetes. They emphasized being your own advocate, finding community, technology, and always asking questions
The ambitious national research program launched in 2018; how far has it come, and what will come out of it?
A new online resource for people with type 2 diabetes offers a place to share stories, get connected, and learn tips for day-to-day management – BeyondType2.org
By Peter Rentzepis and Kelly Close Passing of Dr. Lois Jovanovic, the leading figure in pregnancy and diabetes, brings sorrow to many; friends and colleagues share...
The world’s first all-diabetes professional cycling team is now sponsored by Dexcom; diabetes research studies on CGM and exercise will start this year: What is the...

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