The patent seemingly would allow pump users to bolus by smartphone.
An endocrinologist argues that doctors need to demand better proof that the newest treatments beat older, cheaper treatment options.
Novo Nordisk says there is insufficient evidence to establish a problem with the product.
It points to the need to talk more about mental health care for people with Type 1 diabetes, our editor argues.
A list of 12 common symptoms and how the condition is diagnosed
A certified diabetes educator provides a step-by-step guide.
We interview Dr. Beverly Adler about her work tending to the mental health needs of the diabetes community.
A man with Type 1 diabetes describes why he has used over-the-counter insulin for the past eight years.
A certified diabetes educator provides a list, and what to do to prevent a blood sugar swing caused by a new medication.
A large study finds that diabetes-related eating disorders are common in teens with diabetes, and can lead to poor health outcomes.
A researcher suggests too many caregivers unnecessarily restrict carbs.
A mother of a child with Type 1 diabetes argues it’s the only way to help people with Type 1 diabetes be healthy.
A woman with diabetes turns to older insulin to bring down her A1C after she loses her health insurance.
A certified diabetes educator provides a guide for staying on top of your insulin needs.
To answer this, we walk you through the history of drug regulation in the U.S.
The proposal would cover all drug costs for children and young adults starting in 2018.
Some insulin cartridge holders for the pens have cracked. See what batches were affected.
The organization releases its 2017-2018 rankings for children’s hospitals.
At the ADA Scientific Sessions, an endocrinologist chronicles how incremental improvements have curtailed pricing competition.
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