A new discovery may lead to the recovery of insulin-producing beta cells in people with type 1 diabetes.
Juvenile Diabetes News
Type 1 diabetes used to be called "insulin dependent" or "juvenile diabetes." In type 1 diabetes, the pancreas stops making insulin and you need to get insulin from a shot or a pump. This juvenile diabetes news section focuses on type 1 diabetes and children with diabetes.
Researchers have announced that FDA-approved artemisinins, used for decades to treat malaria, offer a completely new therapy for type 1 diabetes.
Exciting new approach to treating type 1 diabetes limits damage caused by the immune system and could end the need for regular insulin injections.
A new study of people with type 1 diabetes who use an insulin pump details how aerobic exercise improved metabolic control and reduced insulin requirement.
The FDA has approved the first automated insulin delivery device, also known as an artificial pancreas, which adjusts insulin levels with little or no input from the user.
A new study shows that a regimen of three medications helped people with Type 1 diabetes achieve better blood glucose control and shed pounds.
Research recently published by JAMA details the prevalence of diabetes and prediabetes in American adolescents and previous estimates were lower than they should have been.
New research shows improvements in cardiovascular health for type 1 diabetic children who take just 1000 extra steps each day.
A newly published journal article details the success of an overnight closed-loop (OCL) control system, intended to mimic pancreatic beta-cell function, among children with diabetes.