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Gestational Diabetes develops during pregnancy, causing high blood sugar for both the mother & baby.  Learn how to lower blood sugar levels to protect yourself & your baby.

Why do your blood sugar levels increase at night, and what you can do to prevent this? Learn strategies for managing high blood sugar levels overnight and in the morning...
What is protein, how much protein should you eat, and what are the best sources of protein for people with diabetes?
What does it mean to experience hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia? How can you recognize the symptoms of both, intervene early, and prevent serious episodes of high and low...
Using Bright Spots & Landmines to increase Time in Range and quality of life – a Zoom presentation with JDRF North Carolina.
The Undermyfork app is now available for Android and iPhone, allowing you to keep track of how specific meals affect your Time in Range. Undermyfork Care lets you share...
Fitbit’s new glucose tracking feature allows users to log blood glucose meter data alongside activity, sleep, food, and more in the Fitbit app. Learn how your daily...
As more contagious variants of COVID emerge, it’s especially important to protect yourself and others – experts are now recommending that you wear a double mask if you...
Learn about the different forms of insulin and how to choose the best types for you.
Diabetes stigma includes the experiences of exclusion, rejection, prejudice, and blame that some people with diabetes encounter. Learn how to identify this stigma, how...
Virtual visits with your diabetes care team may be here to stay. The biggest tip for telehealth success that we’ve received from healthcare professionals is to actively...
What is cholesterol, and when is it “good” or “bad?” What are the cholesterol recommendations for people with diabetes, and how can you keep up healthy cholesterol...
Keeping glucose levels in a tight range is more important than ever during pregnancy. Dr. Sarit Polsky discusses glucose management and target glucose levels, as well as...
COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed in the United States and in many parts of the world. We’re here to answer questions for people with diabetes. Are the vaccines...
Millions of people either with diabetes or at risk of developing diabetes are covered by an employer-based healthcare plan. Employers should think about choosing the...
Average A1C values differ between racial and ethnic groups – people of color have a higher average A1C compared to white people. This is because someone’s A1C value...
The RADIANT study aims to define unusual forms of diabetes, to help diagnose and treat these conditions. RADIANT is recruiting people who have been diagnosed with...
As you look toward staying healthy in the new year, meaningful changes to your diet may help you manage glucose levels and maximize health in the face of COVID-19. Four...
Explicamos el seguro médico ofrecido mediante un empleador, los beneficios médicos de los empleados y los derechos laborales de las personas con diabetes.
Cómo lidiar con los cambios en el seguro médico teniendo diabetes sin perder el acceso a la atención, ya sea que cambies de trabajo, cumplas 26 años o te mudes a otro...
If you’ve got unused diabetes supplies that you no longer need, don’t throw them away! Here are several easy ways that you can donate your supplies to others.

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