Diabetes Treatment And Care Articles
Special guest blogger Kelly Rawlings of Diabetes Forecast magazine shares the latest trends in diabetes tech.
Healthcare is a hot topic for many voters. Read where the presidential candidates stand on healthcare reform and how their ideas may impact your chronic disease management in the future.
This week we welcomed Dana Lewis and Scott Leibrand, founders of the #DIYPS (the Do-It-Yourself Pancreas System) and founders of the #OpenAPS movement to join our community discussion.
Dana Lewis explains how social media enables diabetes innovations.
In love as in blood sugar control, it pays to choose carefully. Here's how to find an insulin pump you'll fall in love with.
Unpaid medical debt can have a big impact on your credit score if you let it. Fortunately, there are many things you can do, such as checking your credit report annually, to keep medical debt…
RN and PWD Jewels Doskicz talks about some questions to ask your healthcare provider about your diagnosis and treatment.
Technology continues to permeate nearly every aspect of our lives, including our health and well-being. So, for our weekly Q&A we took a closer look at some of the ways technology is changing the game…
RN and PWD Jewels Doskicz goes through the steps you need to take and the questions you need to ask when applying for health insurance.
Registered nurse and PWD Jewels Dozkicz dives deep into the world of CGM tech in this overview of your most advanced options.
Our weekly Twitter chat gives people with diabetes the chance to share their voices and connect with others. This week, the chat focused on how to maximize health benefits at the end of the year.
Learn about the importance of clinical trials and what others are saying about them in our December 1 community Q and A.
Exercise your rights under HIPAA and learn to be diligent in tracking your medical records.
Are clinical trials right for you?
Diabetes medications may harmfully interact with other drugs, whether prescription or over the counter.
Those who have type 1 or type 2 diabetes must usually combine lifestyle changes and medications to control their blood glucose and insulin levels.