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Children, ages 4 to 17, met with Members of Congress to help them understand what it’s like to live with type 1 diabetes and why research for a cure is so important. Fourteen-year-old Jamie Kurtzig, who has had diabetes since she was one year old, was a delegate from California Continue Reading »

The importance of communication, returning to a “new normal”, overcoming fear, and finding community for a newly diagnosed teen Continue Reading »

Victoza type 2 diabetes children

Powerful A1C-lowering from Victoza now an option for ages 10-17, in addition to metformin and insulin Continue Reading »

JDRF childrens congress 2017

Over 160 children and teens living with type 1 diabetes were selected to travel to Washington D.C. for three days, meeting with politicians and lawmakers to advocate for renewal of the Special Diabetes Program Continue Reading »

The importance of sleep for teens with diabetes. Plus, key sleep strategies from young adults living with diabetes! Continue Reading »

When will we see a 670G with Bluetooth and remote monitoring? Also, the upcoming MiniMed 780G with automatic boluses, a seven-day wear infusion set, and better Medtronic CGM Continue Reading »

Loop diabetes review Jamie Kurtzig

How Jamie Kurtzig, a high school student using a DIY automated insulin delivery system, manages her type 1 diabetes Continue Reading »

dexcom g6 health canada

In Canada, the G6 is expected to launch in late 2019 with no fingersticks and 10-day wear Continue Reading »

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