This month- November 2018 - what are your thoughts on the progress being made in diabetes research?
If you happen to have an old Medtronic pump in any condition, consider donating it to our office. Specifically, we’re looking for Medtronic Paradigm pumps manufactured between 2006 and 2012.
November 2018 Trivia Time question. Test your knowledge about diabetes subjects and win prizes!
Get paid for your opinion! Patients (14 and older) and Caregivers (family, friends) of any disability, disorder, syndrome, disease or condition are provided an opportunity to voice their opinions through surveys and interviews to improve medical products and services.
We want to know what you're thinking! Every month we come ask diabetes based questions and share the answers. So, this month- October 2018 - Deals with who has it worse - Type 1 or type 2?
October 2018 Trivia Time question. Test your knowledge about diabetes subjects and win prizes!
According to a recent study, male participants who were diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and engaged in intensive exercise in the first few months after diagnosis saw a honeymoon period that lasted 5 x longer than those who were not exercising.
You may have heard that some IDS clinicians are using the do-it-yourself “Loop” app to create a hybrid closed-loop system. That’s where YOU come in... consider donating your old medtronic pumps
Glucagon: dusting off that old rescue kit to see what’s new! Soon we might have more options for guarding against dangerous lows than the old red and orange boxes!
Accuracy of a Factory-Calibrated, Real-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring System during 10 Days of Use in Youth and Adults with Diabetes. A new study shows the findings.
Exercise drives insulin to work more efficiently and thus the often seen effect is hypoglycemia during or after exercise. Does the time of insulin adjustment make a difference?
A recent study quantifies the impact we all fear when we lose health insurance coverage. The study shows a direct correlation between persons with diabetes not having health insurance, and severe negative repercussions on our health and safety.