Yankees David Cone Helping with Type 1 Diabetes Research Fund Raising

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Yankees Magazine was on hand as David Cone was a guest at the annual JDRF spring gala to help raise funds for research in the fight against Type 1 Diabetes. [Read more…]

Mutations That Lower Diabetes Risk May Lead to New Treatments

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A newly discovered mutation could lower Type 2 diabetes risk. Scientists say analyzing mutations like this can lead to new treatments. Listen to the full report by Kate Grumke from Newsy. [Read more…]

New Orleans Family Find Lack of Childhood Diabetes Training

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According to the American Diabetes Association, Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults, and only 5 percent of people with diabetes have this form of the disease. A family with young twins discovered that training about type 1 diabetes for parents is lacking and are sharing their story. [Read more…]

TV Time and Diabetes Risk – Is There a Link?

TV Time and Diabetes Risk

A new study found that more time spent sitting still in front of the TV translated to a greater risk of type 2 diabetes among overweight adults. [Read more…]

America is the Costliest Country to Live with Type 2 Diabetes

America is the Costliest Country to Live with Type 2 Diabetes

Based on recent data, the United States is the most expensive place in the world to live if you have Type 2 diabetes. Watch this news report to find out more about the cost of diabetes in the US and elsewhere. [Read more…]

Risk of Type 2 Diabetes in Women with Gestational Diabetes

Risk of Type 2 Diabetes in Women with Gestational Diabetes

The risk of Type 2 diabetes is greater among women who had gestational diabetes and gained weight after giving birth. Watch this short video to learn more.
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Could Vitamin D Help with Diabetes

Study: Vitamin D and Diabetes

Maryland researchers are currently testing the effects of vitamin D on diabetes. Specifically, they are using over-the-counter supplements in various amounts to study the effects. Learn more by watching this short video.
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Glooko – Cool Tech for Diabetes Management

Glooko for diabetes management

Glooko makes a tiny box that reads data from those meters and brings it all together in an app, where you can see graphs and share it with your doctor. It also works with platforms like Fitbit to show how food and exercise affect your blood sugar. [Read more…]

Only 2% of 18-39 Year Olds Had Their Diabetes Diagnosed

Only 2% of 18-39 Year Olds Had Their Diabetes Diagnosed

Neglecting diabetes can have damaging consequences. Leaving it unmanaged may increase the risk of complications due to high blood sugar. It’s actually the symptoms of high blood sugar that provide the first hint something is wrong. Watch this brief news story to learn more. [Read more…]

New FDA-Approved Diabetes Medicine Might Save Sanofi

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Sanofi may have been having financial trouble in recent years, but a newly approved diabetes drug might be just the help they needed. [Read more…]