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Two experts debated at the 2021 EASD conference whether women or men with diabetes are at greater risk for cardiovascular disease. Regardless of sex or gender, cardiovascular disease poses a significant risk for everyone with diabetes, and everyone should get screened and take action to reduce their risk. Continue Reading »

Did you know that something as seemingly unrelated to diabetes as getting a sunburn can actually have an effect on your glucose? Various environmental factors can affect your glucose levels and how you can effectively prepare to spend time outdoors. Continue Reading »

Weight management is no easy task, but achieving and maintaining a healthy weight is important for your well-being, your diabetes management, and your overall health. Continue Reading »

Studies show that if you have diabetes, increasing your Time in Range (TIR) can lower your risk of developing kidney disease. Learn how kidney disease is diagnosed, why A1C has limitations for people with CKD, and the link between your TIR and your risk for kidney disease. Continue Reading »

The number of youths being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes each year is on the rise. Learn about the early signs of type 2 diabetes in children and adolescents, the latest approved treatments, methods of prevention, and much more. Continue Reading »

Do you have type 2 diabetes and heart disease? In this clinical trial called SURPASS-CVOT, researchers are studying the use of tirzepatide, a new glucose lowering therapy in clinical trials for people with type 2 diabetes, in preventing heart disease complications. Learn more about how to get involved below. Continue Reading »

Regular testing of kidney health is important for people with diabetes, but it can be difficult to navigate your test results. Learn how to understand your tests, work with your healthcare team, and protect your kidney health in the long run. Continue Reading »

Learn more about navigating heart failure, with recent insights from the 81st ADA Scientific Sessions – including the steps you can take to reduce your risk for heart failure and how to work with your health professional to manage this condition once you’ve been diagnosed.  Continue Reading »

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