Diabetes Glucose Monitoring Articles
Your next pen may provide many of the benefits of an insulin pump.
New research suggests the same goal may not be best for everyone.
Double diabetes is when someone who has type 1 diabetes develops insulin resistance, a key feature of type 2 diabetes.
It seems like self-control will always be needed to live healthfully with diabetes. Is there evidence of that? And how do we get better at it?
Learn how this revolutionary device could change the way you manage diabetes.
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There really are foods you can eat that have no (or at least little) impact on your blood sugar. They’re typically called “free foods” and chances are you’re already familiar with at least a few…
Discount prices can be tempting, but the strips may not be safe to use.
New findings challenge traditional testing recommendations for many with type 2 diabetes.
Low blood sugar, also known as hypoglycemia, is considered to be an acute complication of diabetes. At best, low blood sugar, or a “low,” is inconvenient and annoying. At its worst, low blood sugar is…
Here’s what to do when treats that most people with diabetes can eat send your blood sugar out of whack.
Diabetes affects every little bit of your life. But could it even be affecting your toilets?
A unique design makes it easier to see through and more comfortable to wear.
Learn about the possible link between room temperature and your insulin resistance.
Many people with diabetes have, surprisingly, never been taught what their HbA1c results represent. Find out here!
Once you’re diagnosed with diabetes, you’re tasked with trying to get your blood sugars under control. There can be a pretty big learning curve at the beginning.