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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. 

As 2019 comes to an end, we reflect on a year of hope and growth, with immense gratitude for our community. In 2020 we will continue to focus on helping people with...
Diabetes advocates, Renza and Grumpy, share the importance of #LanguageMatters and the consequences of “grading” diabetes management
Available now to California residents, Steady Health offers remote, full-service care for type 1 or type 2 diabetes from a team of endocrinologists, nurses and care...
$99 Cash Card Program provides 3000-3800 units of any combination of Novo Nordisk analog insulins in vials or pens. NovoLog authorized generics are available at half...
Advice on how to navigate the college application process and more – here in San Francisco and on Facebook Live, July 18, 4pm-6:30pm PST
Will the medication move from “off label” to standard of care for people at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes?
As we enter hurricane season, here are three important steps people with diabetes can take to prepare for natural disasters
What is a prior authorization? Read on to learn more about why diabetes supplies or medications might require a prior authorization and how to go through the process
A new premixed, liquid glucagon coming in October in a prefilled syringe and in 2020 as an auto-injector. The second stable glucagon approved this year
What is it like having a sibling with diabetes, and what can someone do to support their sibling with diabetes? 20-year-old Alexandra Varon shares insight on having a...
Includes one year of unlimited coaching in the One Drop app
Soda taxes aim to reduce consumption of sugary beverages, which are associated with increased risk of weight gain and developing type 2 diabetes. Revenue from soda taxes...
Michael writes about his diagnosis with type 2 diabetes, and how he used a CGM to put his type 2 diabetes into remission
We asked readers, “Who’s Your Bright Spot?” Read about those who make life with diabetes better and brighter
A bipartisan legislation, which would have protected patients from surprise medical bills, is blocked from passing this year
This currently recruiting study will support FDA submission of Tandem’s Control-IQ hybrid closed loop for children six years of age or older
By Ursula Biba and Eliza Skoler The new State of Childhood Obesity report and website show that youth obesity is prevalent in the US, leading to high rates of adult...
The importance of communication, returning to a “new normal”, overcoming fear, and finding community for a newly diagnosed teen
The Medicaid expansion provided health insurance coverage to millions of Americans. Learn more about the positive impact of the program and how it supports public health.
Control-IQ the first AID system with automatic correction boluses and no fingersticks CGM (Dexcom G6); cleared for those ages 14 and older; launch in January 2020

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