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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. 

How it works and why it could help with exercise challenges. Plus, how diaTribe readers can try it for free
Third diabetes partnership for Fitbit, focused on integrating activity and sleep data with diabetes data on the phone and watch
CNN correspondent Oren Liebermann on being diagnosed with diabetes in Nepal
Health Canada has approved the once-daily insulin for adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Ease, comfort, and actionable patterns, but some challenges with insurance coverage
Get weekly email and phone notifications summarizing time-in-range and glucose trends from the updated Dexcom Clarity app
Device Updates from Abbott, Dexcom, Insulet, Medtronic, and Tandem
What are the options for approximately 90,000 Animas pumpers worldwide and for others considering a new pump? What does it mean for the pump market and patient choice?
A workshop hosted by the JDRF and Helmsley Charitable Trust brought together leaders in the field to discuss opportunities and advances in the treatment and possible...
Breaking down employer-based health insurance, employee health benefits, and employee rights for people with diabetes
New CONCEPTT trial results show improved newborn health and more time-in-range in women with type 1 diabetes using CGM during pregnancy
The world’s first all-diabetes professional cycling team is now sponsored by Dexcom; diabetes research studies on CGM and exercise will start this year: What is the...
When the benefits seem “long term,” it’s easy to deprioritize habits today. How to overcome the time perspective challenge – and it costs nothing!
Admelog is Sanofi’s version of Humalog (insulin lispro). New prescription savings card is for both Admelog and Lantus for people who would otherwise need to pay full...
Healthcare professionals are increasingly recognizing peer support as a valuable element of diabetes care; read for a list of peer support communities
Siren’s machine washable, dryable socks use temperature monitoring as a convenient way to alert users of potential injuries and help prevent complications
Less intimidating insertion for pump users: peel tape, remove cover, one button to insert; available in Europe, with more countries coming later this year
A positive 8-0 vote at the FDA paves the way for first implanted CGM to come to the US; read what patient advocates and healthcare providers like about Eversense!
If you have a Fitbit, check out the diabetes communities in the app for tips and support from fellow people with diabetes
Physicians, diabetes educators, and research scientists share their own health bright spots in food and exercise, technology, and more