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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. 

A new study provides CGM training, insulin dosing support, and mental health services through a fully virtual model to see if virtual specialty care can effectively help...
Is fat healthy to eat? How does dietary fat affect people with diabetes and their glucose levels? Learn about the types of fat, which types to avoid, and how to make...
What is an ambulatory glucose profile (AGP) report and what can it tell you? In this video, Dr. Rich Bergenstal from the International Diabetes Center explains the...
What’s an AGP report, and what does it show? Why does my AGP matter? How can I use an AGP report to improve my blood glucose levels and time in range?
The Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists' 2020 conference covered how to use CGM to adjust insulin during exercise, how to reduce fear of hypoglycemia...
Steady Health’s new five-week program will help people with diabetes in California and Washington get professional CGM and remote diabetes care
Diabetes and heart disease are closely connected. This article discusses heart disease, important numbers to know, and ways to improve your heart health
Advice from ophthalmologists, optometrists, endocrinologists, and people with diabetes-related eye disease on getting comprehensive eye exams. “The bottom-line is yearly...
The Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists 2020 conference covered the benefits of sleep education for diabetes management, medications that support...
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...
Two exciting technology partnerships were recently announced: Medtronic will acquire Companion Medical in the next few months to advance insulin delivery and increase...
As the school year approaches, families with diabetes are trying to determine how to safely navigate returning to school in the time of COVID-19
UCSF’s Dr. Robert Lustig explains how we all can reduce our consumption of sugar and processed foods and why it’s important for promoting health
Michael Hattori es un enfermero y educador sobre diabetes que también tiene diabetes y aquí explica las complicaciones médicas asociadas a la diabetes tipo 2, cómo...
¿Te diagnosticaron hace poco diabetes tipo 1? La Dra. Francine Kaufman responde algunas de las preguntas más frecuentes
La experta en diabetes Renza Scibilia ofrece cinco consejos para tener en cuenta cuando recién te diagnosticaron diabetes
Justine shares her experience using intermittent fasting to keep her morning blood sugars in range and to feel better all day long
By Monica Oxenreiter What does “health equity” actually mean, and why is it so important? With discussions of health equity and health justice in the news, you may be...
A new awareness campaign helps people with diabetes recognize and plan for low blood sugar with emergency toolkits, discussion prompts, journaling, and a support network
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...

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