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'I know that it works'

Diabetes education can inspire a proper diet and lifestyle to pull patients back from the brink.

Big strides made in diabetes care

This past year was a busy, productive one for diabetes research and care.

Study uncovers celiac-diabetes link

Children with Type 1 diabetes may face triple the risk of developing autoantibodies that can lead to celiac disease.

100 million Americans have diabetes or prediabetes

Lifestyle changes can prevent full-blown disease.

New insulin pump shows big promise

MinMed 670G system requires minimal user interaction.

Costly struggle for life-saving drug

The price of insulin has jumped 400 percent over the past decade, leaving some patients choosing between food and medicine.

Here's your wakeup call

Doctors warn of sleep apnea’s outsized role in aggravating—and in some cases creating—a host of ailments.

Patient Story

Diabetes isn't what it used to be

Doctors expect Emma Scott, 7, to live a 'normal kid' kind of life after Type 1 diagnosis.

A touch improved

FDA approves first continuous glucose monitoring system for treatment decisions, sparing folks from three daily fingersticks.

Patient Story

Diabetes in disguise?

Ben Krieger had no idea that his extreme symptoms—fatigue, thirst, hunger and weight loss—were signs of Type 1 diabetes.

Sweet power of protein, probiotics

People who add these elements to their diet could see improvements in blood sugar levels.

Patient Story

Meet Otto: A happy bundle

As an early graduate of a collaborative clinic for pregnant women with diabetes, he arrived with a healthy birth weight and a bright future.