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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. 

TikTok influencers are sharing how much weight they lost using Ozempic, an expensive type 2 diabetes drug, even if they do not have diabetes. This has led to a surge in...
Parents and diabetes care experts share their recommended strategies on navigating life and taking care of your mental health as the parent of a child with diabetes.
Based on recently published clinical trial data, an ultra rapid-acting mealtime insulin was just approved for use in children with diabetes, expanding the mealtime...
Diet and exercise are often insufficient for people with obesity, leading many to pursue alternatives. The American Gastroenterological Association published guidelines...
A study recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that a bionic pancreas, or a closed-loop automated insulin delivery system, kept blood glucose...
Added sugars quietly make an appearance in many foods you might not expect. This guide can help you identify which foods to look out for, the many different names for...
Less-than-ideal blood glucose levels can cause nerve and circulatory damage in the ears over time and result in hearing loss and, potentially, balance issues. There are...
Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity. From a data control associate to therapist to nurse practitioner, three women practice resiliency to navigate...
New drugs have been developed to help people with type 2 diabetes lose weight, lower glucose, and prevent complications. These options have not been approved to treat...
The first large-scale launch of the highly anticipated Dexcom G7 continuous glucose monitor (CGM) has officially begun. The next-generation CGM is now available in...
Managing your Time in Range (TIR) can be challenging, but there are several apps you can download to help you. In this article, we cover 14 apps you may want to check...
About 200 million people with diabetes around the world require daily insulin. Once-weekly basal insulins, if approved, could require fewer injections and potentially...
During the European Association for the Study of Diabetes 2022 annual meeting, diaTribe hosted its ninth annual “Solvable Problems in Diabetes” panel discussion, where...
Preventing type 1 diabetes – the main goal for some who do not believe a cure is possible – would ultimately bring this ancient disease to its end. The world’s top...
A fascinating session at the EASD 2022 conference on emerging technologies sheds light on where we are with AID and telemedicine, and what leading researchers in...
diaTribe is excited to bring you additional expanded coverage from the EASD 2022 conference! Hear from leading clinicians and researchers around the world on insights...
Researchers presented on the exciting weight loss efficacy of tirzepatide. While tirzepatide has not yet been approved for weight loss, the SURMOUNT clinical trial...
The Diabetes Education Study Group (DESG) hosted a panel at this year’s EASD in which panelists provided an overview of recent evidence supporting education about...
A recent research study on open-source AID, a method of insulin delivery used by thousands of people with type 1 diabetes, showed that using open-source AID improved...
Having diabetes puts you at risk for problems with your feet. There are steps you can take to keep your feet healthy as recommended in the latest ADA Standards of Care.

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