Diabetes Glucose-Monitoring Articles

Insulin Pens Are Getting Smarter

By Kent Peterson No Comments

Your next pen may provide many of the benefits of an insulin pump.

Should Your Doctor Change Your HbA1c Goal?

By Kent Peterson 1 Comment

New research suggests the same goal may not be best for everyone.

New Glucose Monitor Eliminates Routine Finger Pricks

By Kent Peterson 9 Comments

Learn how this revolutionary device could change the way you manage diabetes.

FDA: Beware of Secondhand Glucose Test Strips

By U.S. Food and Drug Administration No Comments

Discount prices can be tempting, but the strips may not be safe to use.

Do You Really Need to Test Your Blood Sugar Every Day?

By Kent Peterson 4 Comments

New findings challenge traditional testing recommendations for many with type 2 diabetes.

Chill Out for Better Blood Sugar?

By Kent Peterson No Comments

Learn about the possible link between room temperature and your insulin resistance.

The Emotional Roller Coaster of Diabetes

By Kate Cornell 1 Comment

The emotions we all feel when we’re diagnosed with type 2 diabetes are varied, but never pleasant.

How Often Should a Type 1 Test Blood Sugars?

By Susan Sloane, CDE, RPh No Comments

How many times a day should you test when you have type 1 diabetes? Learn more at Diabetic Connect.