Company on Mission to Put 10 Million Type 2 Diabetes Patients into Remission by 2022

Diabetes care is at the forefront of many new innovations, from monitoring devices that synch with apps to devices that track and administer the …

A Conversation with Carl S. Armato and the Story Behind “A Future with Hope”

dLife is proud to bring you an exclusive conversation with prominent executive, Carl S. Armato, in which he shares with us details about his …

Abbott and Novo Nordisk Partner to Provide Digital Solution for Those Using Insulin

Abbott and Novo Nordisk today announced a deal that connects two key technologies: Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and connected insulin pens. …

ADA Names Three Awardees for 2019 “Pathway to Stop Diabetes Research” Grants

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) announced recipients of this year’s prestigious Pathway to Stop Diabetes grants, totaling $4.875 million …

Senseonics Partners with Geo-Med to Provide Veterans Access to CGM

Senseonics Holdings, Inc., a company developing long-term, implantable continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system for people with diabetes, announced …

Human Cells Can Change Jobs to Fight Diabetes

Traditional cell biology textbooks say that most cells can only differentiate to the same cell type, with the same function. It seems that some of …

FDA OKs Tandem’s Insulin Pump Allowing Patients to Customize Treatment Using Their Own Devices

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today permitted marketing of the Tandem Diabetes Care t:Slim X2 insulin pump with interoperable …

Researchers in Academia Develop Artificial Pancreas; Testing Nearly Complete

The University of Virginia is developing an “artificial pancreas,” and is prepping to present early results from a nationwide clinical …

A new mouse model may unlock the secrets of type I diabetes

Researchers at The University of Toledo have found a new way to replicate in lab mice the development and progression of type 1 diabetes, a …

Marine Snail Venom Could Improve Insulin for Diabetes Patients

Although moderately mobile, marine cone snails have perfected several strategies to capture prey. Some fish-hunting species release venom into the …