Coaching apps can improve blood glucose management, but the emerging therapy can also be burdensome.
IN interviews an animal lover with Type 1 diabetes about the moral quandary of animal research.
A recent college graduate offers tips for staying on track with food choices on campus.
A recent publication explores how diabetes technology is transforming the research landscape.
According to researchers, insulin vials sold in U.S. pharmacies fail to meet FDA standards.
A recent college graduate offers tips for sharing information about diabetes with a roommate.
Cornell researchers create a removable thread with islet cells for patients with Type 1 diabetes.
After losing daughter to DKA, an Ohio woman creates a nonprofit organization in her honor.
Unspeakably Wonderful explores the strengths and frailties of the entire “dysfunctional quartet,” but especially Dr. Frederick Banting.
Research team studied bird insulin and worms to create heat-proof analogue.
Participants who used VoiceDiab were more likely to be within range after meal.
Follow these tips to select the best non-prescription medicine to treat cough and cold symptoms.
At ski camp, teens with the closed-loop system achieved tighter control than peers without the device.
A Florida teen sells her artwork to raise money for JDRF.
The ADA and AADE identify ways for providers and educators to improve communication about diabetes.
The founder of JuliainRed explains the importance of embracing the external world when living with a chronic illness.
Submit your own creation for a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card.
These easy-to-do routines will help prevent inflammation and other foot problems.
Insulin Nation’s editor responds to a recent film documentary about Frederick Banting.
A 2016 study shows discrepancies in attitudes between youth with diabetes and their parents.
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