ADA’s Dr Gabbay discusses the top changes to the Standards of Care in Diabetes—2023
Endocrine Society Clinical Practice Guideline examines better ways to manage hypoglycemia in people with diabetes.
Tzield is anti-CD3 monoclonal antibody that has been shown to preserve beta cell function, reducing the need for exogenous insulin.
Variation seen among subgroups, with rationing in 11.2% of those aged 65 years and older and 20.4% of younger persons.
Researchers compare the reduction in glycated hemoglobin level with use of a bionic pancreas compared with standard care in children and adults with type 1 diabetes.
Daily insulin dose linked to cancer risk in multivariable model, with increasing cancer incidence in low-, medium-, high-dose insulin groups.
As part of California’s new budget, $50 million will go directly to the development of low-cost insulin products to increase access for patients with diabetes.
Adolescent obesity is correlated with both adult-onset type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes.
Teens with type 1 diabetes should be screened for anxiety and depression at regular clinic visits, especially those who are newly diagnosed.
A team of researchers investigated whether changes in microRNA levels could be detected in whole-blood samples from children with HLA-conferred risk of type 1 diabetes.
The researchers found that during the COVID-19 year, 187 children were admitted for new-onset T1D vs 119 children admitted the previous year.
Exercise plays an important part in treating diabetes, but physically active patients with type 1 diabetes face challenges to maintain normal blood-glucose levels.
A recent review underscores the possible adverse effects of ketogenic diets including increased risks for heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and kidney stones.
The researchers evaluated the prevalence and risk factors for depressive symptoms in patients with diabetes using data from an international study to glean information about people in developing countries.
Diabetes is one of the most expensive chronic diseases, yet few patients discuss cost-of-treatment with their primary care physicians.
Patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes have a high risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD), but now, a new study shows that type 1 diabetes patients are more susceptible to both cardiovascular and renal disease.
Although different insulin analogs, pumps, and sensors have been proven to work, studies have shown that few children and adolescents achieve recommended HbA1c targets.
Physicians and parents have ranked important features of conducting type 1 diabetes screening tests, which is crucial due to the increasing prevalence of type 1 diabetes in children.
The researchers assessed the rate of diabetic retinopathy progression in pregnant women with type 1 diabetes and its predictors.
Decrease in alcohol consumption, easier diabetes control perception were factors associated with better glycemic control