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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. 

In early February, Tandem Diabetes Care – the manufacturer of the t:slim insulin pump – announced plans to build a new version of the t:slim that can sync up with Dexcom...
Beyond the Basals - Part II
diaTribe contributor Nick Wilkie tells you about glycemic index (GI) and glycemic load (GL), and how they can help you with your diabetes management. Also, diabetes...
Kerri Morrone Sparling tells you about her diabetes “food philosophy” and gives some tips about how to manage your diet (and eat pasta).
World Diabetes Day 2008 - Over 1,000 buildings and going strong.
On March 6, Animas announced that it had identified a problem with the software on its OneTouch Ping insulin pumps. If patients attempted to change the time and/or date...
(S)he said what??!
Kelly talks about and the changes 2009 is bringing in the way people look at diabetes and welcomes a new diabetes management column by Gary Scheiner.
After an intense day of deliberations earlier this month, an FDA advisory committee delivered an overwhelmingly positive vote (20-2) in favor of the approval of Vivus’...
Kelly reflects on how three ‘small’ changes in diabetes and obesity care may have gigantic long-term effects.
(S)he said what?!?
The University of Alabama (UA) is making great strides to meet the needs of their student population. Where most universities miss the mark, they are listening to...
TRUE2go meter compared to an iPod Shuffle As the economy slides, ways to cut costs and save money are welcome. For people with diabetes, the credit crunch has even more...
Realizing we didn't have any insight into talking meters, we picked up a Prodigy Autocode meter from the booth during the American Association of Diabetes Educators (...
Where is my soapbox? I’ve got much to say and only 500 words to spare.
We're always praising the virtues of good record keeping in diabetes, but where do you go from there? Keeping track of your sugars is time-consuming, and it might...
A Tennis Hero: His Finest Shots Were Never on the Court
Dr. Michael Jaff on peripheral artery disease .
A Science Project, A Scare, and A Greater Understanding
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