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Though A1C has long been used as the primary metric for evaluating someone’s estimated average blood sugar, the glucose management indicator (GMI) is an alternative that can provide the same insights without the need for a blood draw. It can also provide this information for much shorter time periods to evaluate lifestyle changes, illnesses, and new medications Continue Reading »

Data presented at the International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes’ virtual conference highlighted increased time in range in children and teens using Tandem’s Control-IQ and Medtronic’s MiniMed 780G Continue Reading »

Dive into AGP if you haven’t already! In our third video on understanding your ambulatory glucose profile (AGP) report, Dr. Carlson from the International Diabetes Center uses real-world examples to discuss how to use the information from your AGP report to inform your diabetes care  Continue Reading »

If you or your child was recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, you probably have many questions about how to manage this new condition. Dr. Fran Kaufman explains glucose levels and glucose targets, types of insulin and insulin doses, the honeymoon phase, and more Continue Reading »

Virta Health Clinic expands beyond its highly regarded type 2 diabetes "reversal" program: three new offerings focus on continuous remote care and low-carb eating to help more people improve their health, prevent diabetes, and reduce their risk of complications.  Continue Reading »

Professor Simon Heller is known globally for his renowned research on hypoglycemia; hear his opinion on using Time in Range in diabetes management Continue Reading »

The program aims to educate healthcare professionals on two tools – the Dexcom G6 continuous glucose monitor and Lyumjev mealtime insulin – to help people with diabetes keep glucose levels in-range after eating Continue Reading »

How might exercise affect your blood glucose? The T1-DEXI study hopes to answer this big question with real-world data from over 600 people with type 1 diabetes – including you! If you have type 1 diabetes and are willing to be active for just 150 minutes each week, this is a unique opportunity to participate remotely in large-scale diabetes research. And, it's quick and easy to sign up!​ Continue Reading »

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