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What we’re reading in diabetes and obesity, including new books and recently published scientific studies. 

Although there is no cure, more than 60% of people with type 2 diabetes are expected to develop liver disease, it is vital to be screened. Learn about prevention,...
Hope Warshaw interviewed Dr. Martin Abrahamson and Dr. Sanjiv Chopra about their new self-published book, Conquer Your Diabetes: Prevention – Control – Remission. Her...
Read this inspiring photographic essay, cowritten by diaTribe editor, James S. Hirsch, entitled "Zion Unmatched."
We’ve reviewed the latest research to weigh the benefits and drawbacks of intermittent fasting and time-restricted feeding for people with diabetes.
Emerging evidence shows that variability in your A1C level may put you at a higher risk of stroke and heart disease.
The use of metformin – the most common initial medication for people with type 2 diabetes – was associated with a lower rate of mortality from COVID-19 among people with...
Dr. Francine Kaufman breaks down what we need to know about avoiding hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia during and after exercise. She explains the recommendations and...
diaTribe's editor-in-chief, Kelly Close, reviews David Kessler's new book "Fast Carbs, Slow Carbs: The Simple Truth about Food, Weight and Disease”
An inside look into former Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini's book, "Mission Driven Leadership: My Journey as a Radical Capitalist"
“Why We Sleep” is one of the most important health books ever written! How does sleep relate to blood sugars, eating, weight gain, and mindset? Plus, 16 ways to improve...
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CNN correspondent Oren Liebermann on being diagnosed with diabetes in Nepal
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The hardest chapter to write: my story
What it’s about, how to get a free copy, and three myths I want to bust
The First Lady’s ongoing initiatives to improve children’s nutrition, health, and wellbeing
Exciting updates on the program’s successes and challenges to tackle urban diabetes in six cities around the globe.
A UCLA study offers alarming insights into the nation’s diabetes epidemic.
Renowned pediatric endocrinologist offers a lens into what it means to be a caregiver.
ADA, CDC, AMA, and the Ad Council just launched the first-ever national PSA campaign targeting prediabetes awareness and prevention - plus, three short video ads!