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Patient Story

‘She was near death’

Charlotte Drinkall almost died on a family vacation. After being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, her life completely changed.

Patient Story

Surviving Vietnam, Agent Orange and diabetes

'I worked myself all the way up to eight insulin shots a day,' noted a veteran who has since turned his health care journey upside down.

Travel savvy if you have diabetes

Vacations don't have to slow down.

When diabetes strikes earlier, it’s deadlier

Type 2 in young people can lead to a more aggressive disease with more complications.

‘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.

3 top diabetes myths: Learn the truth

A diabetes educator discusses the most common misconceptions she hears and offers two helpful tips.

Here’s your wakeup call

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