Research published in Diabetes Care shows that good self-management (aka Executive Function) is predictive of teen success maintaining better glycemic control while transiting to adulthood.
Inspirational T1D blogger, instagrammer and influencer, Judy Mitri from Montreal, shares her journey to Type 1 Diabetes acceptance.
Diabetes can be particularly confusing for a teen where it can be easy to write off initial symptoms of low or high BG levels as fatigue from too much activity or illness-related.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) will now allow certificated medical examiners to decide whether truck drivers with stable insulin-treated diabetes are qualified to drive.
Diva Diabetics, located in St. Louis, is a great example of a T1D mentoring/support group. Here is the history, group dynamics, and learnings from the founder.
Continuous Glucose Monitoring improves your child’s health because these devices constantly monitor BG levels and make it easy to use your smartphone, computer, or tablet to see and react to trends quickly.
There is growing concern over the very high cost of insulin. Prices have increased at seven times the rate of the consumer price index over the last 30 years.
Continuous glucose monitoring is medically helpful and an essential tool for healthy living with diabetes.
The author of the Pink Panther series has written a novel about diabetes.
The founder of Just a Little Suga’ is working to increase diversity in the diabetes community.
A travel enthusiast discusses the business she created to make international travel more practical for those with T1D.
Campers share their life-changing experiences from “adult diabetes camp.”
A mom explains her motivations for creating a visual reminder for diabetes supplies.
An expert offers tips for succeeding as a diabetes charity.
Solution supports reimbursed remote patient monitoring and chronic care management programs advancing Connected Health.
A woman injected herself and three children with insulin.
A woman with T1D describes various disparities in diabetes care.
IN’s college intern offers tips for prospective students and parents.
In this opinion piece, IN’s editor cautions against mandating visibility.
A popular film inspires a woman to imagine alternative ways of representing people of color with diabetes.
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