JDRF announces plans to participate in Hypo-RESOLVE research project.
An expert clarifies the laws that impact diabetes in the workplace.
A nutrition expert offers tips for thinking critically about health and weight loss claims.
RaeLynn was on her way to a diabetes conference when she encountered a suspicious flight attendant.
Danish study suggests that a low dose of glucagon may help T1Ds prone to hypoglycemia after alcohol.
A recent CDC report understates the relationship between DKA incidence and rising drug costs.
Kaiser Health News explores conflicts of interest among patient advocacy groups.
Study suggests urgent need for more research on outcomes among different populations.
Researchers have created an app to improve relations between parents and adolescents with Type 1 diabetes.
Some viruses produce insulin-like hormones that can stimulate human cells—and have potential to cause disease.
We share the stories of five youth who are making an impact in the diabetes community.
Researchers in Sweden and Finland have identified a vaccine that may prevent onset of Type 1 diabetes.
An argument for making sure physicians and those with Type 1 diabetes are sharing the same storyline.
The research could also advance beta cell transplants.
Researchers find loved ones want to help adults with Type 1 avoid lows, but don’t always know how.
And vice versa. Researchers find the two create an unhealthy cycle which requires intervention for people with Type 1 diabetes.
A1C is out, add-on drug therapies are in, and hybrid closed-loop pumps are the now and the near future.
Researchers track pregnant women to determine how environmental factors and genetics influence the risk of children developing Type 1 diabetes.
A study finds more than one-third of young men with Type 1 experience ED, and that depression might be a big factor.
A study finds more than half of children with Type 1 exhibit the symptoms.
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