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Omada Health is launching a physician-guided care program for people with diabetes and high blood pressure. Through the app, members will have access to physicians, health coaches, and diabetes care and education specialists, and will be able to see their health data and make medication changes. Continue Reading »

If you just got a continuous glucose monitoring system, you may be wondering how to use it most effectively and how to understand your glucose data. Read our tips, tricks, and things to consider. Continue Reading »

Two studies recently published on the Control-IQ and MiniMed 780G systems show that closed-loop automated insulin delivery significantly improves Time in Range. Continue Reading »

Medtronic’s Extended insulin infusion set doubles the wear-time of a traditional infusion set. The device is launching in Finland and Belgium, with other European countries coming later this year. Continue Reading »

Calling all adults with prediabetes or type 2 diabetes: The T2Help study is recruiting 280 participants for a 16-week virtual clinical trial to collect continuous glucose monitor (CGM), activity tracker, and self-recorded health data.  Continue Reading »

A fully virtual six-month clinical trial is recruiting 300 people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes who are interested in trying continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) with personal support. The study will determine how access to virtual diabetes care with CGM impacts Time in Range (TIR). Continue Reading »

Teenager Drew Mendelow built a T1D1 app after recently being diagnosed with diabetes, hoping to help people keep track of their blood glucose levels, insulin injections, and carb intake. Drew told diaTribe about the inspiration behind the app and the impact that he hopes it will have on the diabetes community. Continue Reading »

Have you or someone you know had trouble affording diabetes care during COVID-19? During the pandemic, healthcare companies have created programs to help people get diabetes medications and devices. More than a year into COVID, which access programs exist, and how long we can expect them to stay in place? Continue Reading »

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