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Here’s what you need to know.  Type 1 diabetes (T1D) care, and particularly glycemic control, does not exist in a vacuum. Even if someone with T1D were to eat the exact same diet every day, his or her insulin requirements could still change. Exercise, stress, and environmental factors can have huge impacts on blood sugar […]

Learn about how these biological markers might help researchers advance efforts to diagnose type 1 diabetes long before it poses a health risk. —Danielle Gianferante–GluDanielle Tests for islet autoantibodies—molecules made by your own immune system that attack insulin producing cells—are being used in a few different ways. For example, services such as TrialNet screen family […]

We provide an overview of the symptoms of hypothyroidism and who is most at risk. —Danielle -Gianferante–GluDanielle Your skin is dry, you feel cold and constantly tired (but have trouble sleeping), you’ve quickly gained about 15 lbs. that you just cannot lose, and you’re always feeling just a bit sad. You mention these symptoms to […]

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As Diabetes Awareness Month and second anniversary approaches in November, we want to say thank you for being on Glu. Whether you share our articles, participate in the conversations, or take our surveys, you’ve made a difference in advancing research in type 1 diabetes. T1D Exchange has grown rapidly. We have more than 20 corporate […]

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[As November approaches and we are about to celebrate Glu’s second anniversary along with World Diabetes Awareness Month, we’re happy to be able to share the research that has been done through T1D Exchange since its launch. Thank you for being part of this program!] A retrospective observational analysis comparing insulin pump therapy and hemoglobin […]

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[As November approaches and we are about to celebrate Glu’s second anniversary, we’re happy to be able to share the great research that has been done through T1D Exchange since its launch. Thank you for being part of this program!] Diabetes research has shown that the hallmark of type 1 diabetes (T1D) is the presence […]

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T1D Exchange, the first program of Unitio, has recently presented data at the American Diabetes Association examining diabetes management and glycemic outcomes among twins concordant for T1D. All 64 patient participants are part of the T1D Exchange Clinic Registry, which is funded by the Helmsley Charitable Trust. Both identical (monozygotic) and fraternal (dizygotic) twins were […]

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T1D Exchange, the first program of Unitio, has completed a manuscript on a pivotal topic evaluating characteristics, treatments, and outcomes in type 1 diabetes (T1D) patients under six years of age on an international scale. David M. Maahs and his colleagues worry about the challenges faced by this age group and their families. “Children have […]

Risks of Obesity in Youth with T1D

A multi-country study of youth with type 1 diabetes finds that children with type 1 diabetes in the United States are more at risk of obesity than children who don't have diabetes. They also are more at risk of obesity than children with type 1 diabetes in Germany, according to the researchers.

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Several studies to date have found that people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) tend to have celiac disease (CD) more often than individuals in the general population. Research has also shown that T1D is usually diagnosed prior to CD, and that the onset age of T1D is typically younger in those with both diseases. And […]