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7 Questions Answered About Driving With Type 1 Diabetes

Julie Kincheloe, RN, CDE, who works with the diabetes team at Children’s Mercy Kansas City, shares tips for arriving safely to your destination.

One Drop Meters Now Being Sold at Walmart

Walmart becomes the second major retail outlet to sell the One Drop product line.

Data Will Fuel A New Era of Type 1 Diabetes Care, Says Endocrinologist

Speaking at the T1D Exchange annual meeting, Glooko Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Clements shares how un-siloed health data has the potential to reshape the care provided to people with type 1 diabetes.

Why CGM May Be the Most Important Technology for People with Type 1 Diabetes

New research affirms the importance of CGM use in blood sugar management. We discuss the value of CGMs with Dr. Tomas Walker, the Senior Medical Director for Dexcom.

Children with High Genetic Risk for Type 1 Diabetes Have Distinct Gut Microbiomes When Compared to Those at Lower Risk

An examination of 403 biological samples reveals that some gut bacteria was absent in children at higher risk of developing type 1 diabetes.

Connection Found Between HbA1c and Educational Outcomes

Type 1 diabetes is an additional challenge for school-age children, but well-managed type 1 diabetes was not found to be an additional barrier to academic achievement.

Insulin Pumps for Beginners

Insulin Pumps for Beginners

An overview of insulin pump therapy, with Diabetes Care and Education Specialist Ashlee Ernst.

New Study Finds Autism Not More Common Among Those with Type 1 Diabetes

In the study, the researchers also found that youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and type 1 diabetes had a slightly lower HbA1c than those with type 1 diabetes who did not have an ASD diagnosis.

Preprandial Insulin and Routine Eating Patterns May Help Children with Type 1 Diabetes Reach Glycemic Targets

In the Australian study, researchers found that regular mealtimes and less snacking was associated with lower HbA1c.

Connection Suggested Between How Quickly People with Type 1 Diabetes Treat High Blood Sugars and Their Anxiety Levels

The study is part of a growing body of research pointing to the need for emotional and psychological support in blood sugar management.