Diabetes Treatment And Care Articles

5 Truths About Insulin Everyone With Diabetes Should Know

By Amy Campbell, MS, RD, CDE No Comments

Learn five truths about insulin that everyone with diabetes should know—but many don’t.

How to Maximize Your Insulin Absorption

By Jewels Doskicz, RN No Comments

Learn how to improve your insulin absorption and injection practices from an RN who is also a PWD.

Community Perspective: What’s Missing in Diabetes Education?

By Danielle Cronquist 1 Comment

Learn about some of the holes in diabetes education, and what we can do to better educate others from our user Q&A.

Diabetes Care and Surgery

By Jeanette Terry No Comments

Here's how to manage your blood sugar levels during and after surgery.

The Costly Business of Diabetes

By Peg Abernathy 1 Comment

Peg Abernathy, a diabetes subject matter expert and diabetes blogger on The Huffington Post, discusses the cost of diabetes.

Jardiance May Fight Heart Attack and Stroke Risk

By Victoria Candland 1 Comment

A study suggests that this blood glucose-lowering pill could help heart health in people with type 2 diabetes.

New: Continuous Glucose Monitoring With Your Smartphone

By Victoria Candland No Comments

The FDA has approved a new CGM that can make diabetes management much easier. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.

The Goals and Expectations of Insulin Therapy

By Diabetic Connect StaffA No Comments

Take a look at some of the essential goals and expectations to anticipate with insulin therapy, as well as how to achieve them.

Is Long-Term Use of Insulin Glargine Safe?

By Danielle Cronquist 2 Comments

Although glargine is in widespread use, there has been little research to determine the long-term effects of glargine on cardiovascular health.

Talking With Your Doctor: #DCDE Twitter Chat

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

Get tips for building your relationship with your doctor from this week's Twitter chat summary

Could Genetics Determine Your Response to Diabetes Drugs?

By Victoria Candland No Comments

Small variations in genetics may increase someone's risk for diabetes and reaction to certain diabetes drugs.

Talking to Your Doctor: Guess What? Your Doctor Is Frustrated Too!

By Dr GaryCA 2 Comments

You and your doctor may both feel frustrated at times. See tips to help both of you get back to working as a team.

The FDA Warning for Ibuprofen and Naproxen

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

Updated research has prompted the FDA to strengthen warning labels on NSAIDs.

Everything You Need to Know About Short-Acting Insulin

By Danielle Cronquist 1 Comment

The basics of short-acting insulin, including what it is, when it peaks, how long it's active, when you should take it, and the products to look for.

Everything You Need to Know About Rapid-Acting Insulin

By Danielle Cronquist No Comments

The basics of rapid-acting insulin, including what it is, when it peaks, how long it's active, when you should take it, and the products to look for.

Everything You Need to Know About Long-Acting Insulin

By Victoria Candland No Comments

The basics of long-acting insulin, including what it is, when it peaks, how long it's active, when you should take it, and the products to look for.