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Outdoor adventures take extra planning for people with diabetes. Justine shares tips for packing supplies, keeping insulin cold, staying hydrated, and managing blood sugar levels during active, multi-day trips in the wilderness Continue Reading »

With the Coronavirus in the news, our editor in chief, Kelly Close, suggested some resources on protecting yourself and your loved ones with diabetes; plus, Kelly spotted an incisive message from Dana Lewis on social media and asked Dana to share the measures she’s taking to prevent the spread of germs Continue Reading »

Trulicity can now be prescribed to reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack in adults with type 2 diabetes and with heart disease or those who at risk for heart disease Continue Reading »

A new pill combines Jardiance, Tradjenta, and metformin to help people with type 2 diabetes manage blood glucose levels more easily, and in many different ways Continue Reading »

Maria shares her experiences and strategies for managing blood sugar levels while studying abroad Continue Reading »

The first of its kind, Why WAIT is a creative app-based approach to weight loss and diabetes management Continue Reading »

Ozempic, a once weekly injectable GLP-1 agonist drug, is now approved to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. Rybelsus (a pill version of Ozempic) is confirmed to be safe for the heart Continue Reading »

Regular eye screenings are important for people with diabetes. Learn more about diabetes-related retinopathy screenings from diabetes advocates Renza and Grumpy Continue Reading »

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