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Type 1 Diabetes News

Type 1 Diabetes is a chronic condition in which your body loses the ability to produce insulin, which is necessary for most cells to convert food into energy and regulate blood sugar levels. 

diaTribe and the Time in Range Coalition, in a global effort to raise the awareness and adoption of Time in Range and the use of continuous glucose monitors (CGM),...
Finding a mental health specialist who understands the challenges of managing diabetes can be difficult. Here’s what to consider in your search for a therapist who is...
The Type 1 Diabetes Index, a first-of-its-kind global database of people with type 1 diabetes, is a large registry of data designed to power critically important changes...
The constant stress of managing type 1 diabetes and the vigilance required can quickly lead to burnout. Learn how to recognize it and find the support you need.
Diabetic foot ulcers are a serious complication of diabetes that start out as a small cut or blister and do not heal due to poor blood circulation, high glucose levels,...
Telemedicine can make diabetes care less expensive and easier to access, but it may not always be a suitable replacement for an in-person visit. Learn what happens...
Feeling judged or shamed for what you eat is an experience shared by many people living with diabetes. Support groups and open conversations can help combat the stigma...
Telehealth visits skyrocketed during the pandemic, as did the demand for at-home A1C tests. They are convenient and quick, but how accurate are they? And should they be...
Technology has improved insulin delivery devices, which has made managing glucose levels easier. Yet most people who take insulin continue to use a syringe or...
People with diabetes may feel overwhelmed by the daily tasks of managing the condition, which can lead to burnout. Here are some suggestions on how to reduce some of...
Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is a potentially fatal complication of diabetes typically associated with dangerously high blood glucose levels. However, this is not always...
High blood glucose levels from diabetes can cause damage to your eyes, arms, legs, and feet. Experts recently shared several ways you can prevent or treat these...
The FDA has approved Provention Bio’s Tzield (teplizumab), a new therapy that could delay the onset of type 1 diabetes by an average of 2 years. Find out about screening...
Several clinical trials for adults with type 1 diabetes are investigating once-weekly insulin options, new treatments for eye complications, and much more. You may be...
A clinical trial is recruiting adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes to investigate a potential oral medication for diabetic retinopathy and other eye complications of...
A U.S. clinical trial is recruiting adolescents between the ages of 12 and 18 with type 1 diabetes who are willing to add an SGLT2 inhibitor to their treatment regimen...
A U.S. clinical trial is recruiting adolescents and adults between the ages of 14 and 45 with recently diagnosed type 1 diabetes to evaluate the effectiveness of...
A U.S. clinical trial is recruiting children between the ages of 4 and 17 with type 1 or type 2 diabetes whose families are interested in having their children try...
A once-weekly insulin option would bring several benefits to people with type 1 diabetes. This study will evaluate the safety and glucose-lowering effect of an...
Managing diabetes can feel like a full-time job, yet people with diabetes typically spend only 1-2 hours per year discussing management strategies with their provider...

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