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Our top takeaways from the health and medicine edition of the world-famous TED conference.
Marks the largest ever one-time research investment from the AHA – how Google is planning to “shake it up.”
My somewhat-impatient response to the recent New York Times article, “Some Older Patients Are Treated Not Wisely, but Too Much.”
New two-year study suggests red wine is beneficial for cholesterol levels.
Gamechanging Xultophy (Tresiba + Victoza) also now submitted to the FDA.
Leaders in diabetes weigh in at The diaTribe Foundation’s second-annual event in Europe.
Diagnoses stabilizing, though 83% of 65+ year olds have diabetes or prediabetes.
How the nation can work together to improve its communities’ walkability.
Our top actionable tips for parents: straight from Friends for Life!
Praluent now approved for two specific patient populations. How this drug has the future potential to make a big impact on people with diabetes.
Seeking to reach over 31,000 older adults with prediabetes over the next two years.
At the Children with Diabetes Friends for Life Conference this month, I had the incredible opportunity to speak to ~100 teenagers with diabetes. My talk, “10 Tips for...
Major organizations make it clear: diabetes education is critical!
Exercise has been one of four complete gamechangers for managing my type 1 diabetes, but it can frequently be a source of confusion, frustration, exhaustion, and blood...
Paving the way to healthier food options and preventing heart disease.
Starting in 2012, the American Diabetes Association established the Pathway to Stop Diabetes initiative, a $1.6 million grant (paid over five years) to support the...
What is DKA, and what can patients do to prevent this diabetes complication?
How this online program is a leader in digital health for programs based on the CDC’s National Diabetes Prevention efforts. Plus, a bonus interview with CEO Sean Duffy!
How a dramatic 23% increase in new diabetes cases impacts people living with diabetes nationwide.
86 million Americans have it, but 90% of them don’t know it.