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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. 

A few words from Kelly...
ACCORD, ADVANCE, and the VADT: What Do They Mean, And For Whom?
When every fifth taxi in downtown San Francisco is carrying an ad for Byetta, FlexPen, or FreeStyle meters, you know the American Diabetes Association (ADA) is in town.
Looking through this special issue on the American Diabetes Association meeting this year, I can’t help but feel two things – pride and trepidation.
(S)he said what?!?
A few words from Kelly.
Update on the Odyssey
Diabetes Treatments: The Road Ahead
Teresa Volpone — An Educator's Perspective
(S)he said what?!?
Happy 2008!!
There are times when we would rather just leave our ungainly diabetes equipment (and our diabetes for that matter) at home. While the latter isn't practical, aDorn...
The FDA has made the DexCom SEVEN continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS) much easier to use! In November 2008, the agency said that DexCom could sell a new version...
The Diabetes Barometer
Image courtesy of Patton Medical Devices A smart innovation, the I-Port acts as an insulin delivery channel directly through subcutaneous tissue. Once the I-port is...
Here's a potentially elegant little invention that might make portion control easier: food storage trays with pre-sized cubes to help you measure, freeze and store your...
We wrote about the bus when we saw it at the ADA meeting in Chicago. We crossed paths with it again when we were at the EASD conference in Amsterdam and in Berlin during...
Pumping, After a Fashion
In Search of Reimbursement: A CGM Odyssey
International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes (ISPAD)