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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.

Nearly 30 Percent of Teens with Type 1 Diabetes Had Symptoms of Depression: Study

The large study of over 1,400 teens with type 1 diabetes also provides evidence suggesting a strong connection between depressive symptoms and problems in blood sugar management.

One Drop Glucose Monitoring System Now Available at Select Apple Stores

Individuals with diabetes will now be able to purchase the One Drop system at select Apple Stores. Previously, Apple sold the glucose monitoring system online.

What We Did to Prepare to Send Our Child with Type 1 Diabetes Off to College

The father of a child recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes shares what he did and questions he asked after receiving the acceptance letter.

Older Adults with Type 1 Diabetes Benefited from CGM Use: Study

The results of the WISDM study, recently presented at the ADA’s 79th Scientific Sessions, examined the effectiveness of wearing CGMs versus blood glucose monitors on hypoglycemia.

Family with Diabetes Alert Dog Denied Service at Las Vegas Smashburger

A 9-year-old boy with diabetes and his family were told to leave the premises because a “No Pets” policy.

Diabetes Experts Announce Time-in-Range Consensus at ADA’s 79th Scientific Sessions

The Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD) Congress met earlier this year to create a set of guidelines for Time-in-Range targets.

Dexcom CEO Kevin Sayer Talks G6, G7 and the Future of Continuous Glucose Monitoring

T1D Exchange Glu sat down with the president and CEO of Dexcom to discuss his company’s plans and the future of continuous glucose monitoring.

According to data released by Medtronic, those CGM users who used the artificial intelligence app stayed between 70 mg/dL and 180 mg/dL 4% longer than those CGM users who didn’t.

Steadier Blood Sugar Levels Led to Better Quality of Life Score for People with Type 1 Diabetes

These findings, shared at the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions, remained true even if those blood sugar levels were somewhat lower than considered optimal.