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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. 

Cost can sometimes be a barrier to proper eye care, but a variety of programs offer free or low-cost eye exams and other resources. Are you eligible?
diaTribe recently spoke with Dr. Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan about how tribal communities are being affected by both COVID-19 and diabetes, the structural inequities...
A currently-recruiting study will provide access to some of the world’s leading diabetes psychologists, support groups, and strategies to reduce distress and improve...
Food insecurity affects many people in the US, particularly people with diabetes. Resources exist to help those without access to enough, nutritious food, and Dr. Seth...
ADA’s #HealthEquityNow focuses on ensuring that all people with diabetes have the right to health, quality care, and medical resources; the Health Equity Bill of Rights...
The Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists (formerly AADE) recognizes a broader range of expertise and support in diabetes care
Children with Diabetes’ Friends for Life Orlando 2020 will be held virtually from Wednesday, July 15, through Sunday, July 19. Here are our recommendations on what to...
The CDC encourages people to wear cloth face masks. What is a cloth face mask? How can it help? How can you make a mask?
States have been working furiously during the COVID-19 pandemic to limit monthly out-of-pocket expenses on insulin
Check out the second day highlights from ADA’s virtual 80th Scientific Sessions – including new insights on Farxiga for diabetes prevention, soda taxes, the gut...
The Time in Range Coalition aims to help millions of people by promoting time in range in diabetes care
Michael Hattori – a nurse, diabetes educator, and person with diabetes – explains the health complications associated with type 2 diabetes, how to prevent them, and what...
In-person visits, lab tests, and finger stick documentation are no longer required at present to get a CGM
Diabetes research program for teens and young adults interested in biomedical research, medicine, and academic science; program begins July 6, free registration is open...
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic JDRF is making some big changes. We interviewed CEO Dr. Aaron Kowalski and Head of Research and Development Dr. Sanjoy Dutta to find out...
The Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists 2020 conference covered the benefits of sleep education for diabetes management, medications that support...
Make sure that you have, and are able to access, insulin during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are tips to stay prepared
Nurse and diabetes educator (and person with type 2 diabetes in remission!) Michael Hattori introduces seven self-care behaviors that provide a foundation for managing...
The addition of Bluetooth connectivity enables high and low blood glucose alerts; it is same size and price as the original FreeStyle Libre, and shows far better accuracy
In Europe, the Dexcom G6 CGM received approval for pregnant women with diabetes

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