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A recent consensus report from leading experts details a new definition for what it means to have type 2 diabetes in remission and why it is important to use the proper terminology in place of other words, such as “reversal” or “cure.” Continue Reading »

The American Diabetes Association's 81st Scientific Sessions brought together great minds in diabetes for exciting news and discussions. Check out highlights from the largest conference in diabetes, including automated insulin delivery, continuous glucose monitoring, extremely promising drugs in development, and more. Continue Reading »

The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has updated its recommendations, encouraging prediabetes and type 2 diabetes screening for people with excess weight or obesity starting at age 35. It also encourages the use of preventive lifestyle interventions when possible. Continue Reading »

Have you gotten your COVID vaccine yet? New CDC guidelines recommend that people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and obesity, be given priority to receive COVID vaccines. Continue Reading »

The American Diabetes Association recommends SGLT-2 inhibitors or GLP-1 agonists for people with heart and kidney problems, the use of Time in Range in diabetes management, and continuous glucose monitors for all people with diabetes on multiple daily injections or pump therapy. It also encourages healthcare professionals to consider social determinants of health, refer people to diabetes self-management education services, and reduce barriers to care.  Continue Reading »

The American Diabetes Association has lowered the A1C target for children to less than 7.0%, aiming to improve long-term health outcomes without increasing hypoglycemic events. Continue Reading »

Exercise guidelines for people with diabetes, common glucose trends during exercise, glucose management strategies during and after exercise, and at-home exercise and lifestyle apps that can help you stay healthy  Continue Reading »

Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic is not going away just yet, and as the weather grows colder and the holidays approach, you may have questions about how to keep yourself and others safe this winter. Here’s how to know (and lower!) your risks, plus tips for staying as healthy as possible Continue Reading »

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