A recently published study details how a certain type of infection in infants is associated with a greater risk of developing type 1 diabetes.
New research suggests that germs may be partly to blame for the development of type 1 diabetes because they activate killer T-cells.
A high number of type 1 diabetic children that were previously considered at no or low risk of having low levels of vitamin D actually do have low levels of vitamin D.
University of Colorado School of Medicine scientists made a big discovery — identifying a factor that may trigger type 1 diabetes.
The artificial pancreas is moving closer to becoming a reality for adults and children with diabetes, thanks in no small part to the use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM).
University of Virginia project turns a smartphone into an artificial pancreas, could transform lives of people with type-1 diabetes and replace need for testing and injections.
Findings in human, mouse and zebrafish beta cells suggest a promising method to help treat all forms of diabetes, according to researchers at Joslin Diabetes Center.
Diabetic enteropathy – with gastrointestinal symptoms like abdominal pain, bloating and nausea – may soon be preventable and treatable. Exciting news considering that it affects up to 80% of people with Type 1 Diabetes.
A new, minimally invasive transplant technique has restored natural insulin production in a woman with Type 1 Diabetes. She is now completely off insulin and has an excellent glucose profile.
Exciting news for people with Type 1 Diabetes. Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG), a generic drug with over 90 years of clinical use and safety data, will move into phase 2 of testing after it reversed advanced type 1 diabetes in it’s phase 1 trial.