Type 1 Diabetes Champions Honored at Annual JDRF One Conference

JDRF presented four recognition awards to volunteers whose local and national-based efforts have supported the organization’s mission of …

Tandem Gets Approval of t:slim X2 Insulin Pump with Basal-IQ Tech. In Canada

Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc., announced the approval of the t:slim X2™ insulin pump with Basal-IQ™ technology in Canada. Basal-IQ …

Cell Therapy Treatment for Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Successful in Early Trial

Kadimastem, an early-stage cell therapy company announced successful results of a preclinical study of an “off-the-shelf” cell product …

2019 Round Up Part 1: A Look At Some of The Year’s Notable Diabetes News

By: Laurie Block, RDN, CDE. Edited by: Suvarna Sheth. Diabetes management is changing rapidly. Every year, healthcare professionals and patients are …

Welldoc’s Digital Health Solution BlueStar Adds FDA-Clearance for Use in Type 1 Diabetes

Welldoc, a leading digital health company, announced today an additional FDA-clearance for its BlueStar® digital health product. The new …

International Diabetes Federation: 463 Million People Now Living With Diabetes Worldwide

On #WorldDiabetesDay, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) released new figures that highlight the alarming growth in the prevalence of …

Ozempic Lists on the Quebec Formulary for Adults With Type 2 Diabetes

Novo Nordisk announced that Ozempic (semaglutide injection) is now publicly listed in the province of Quebec under the Régie de L’assurance …

New ForCare Inc. Device Keeps Track of Glucose and Ketone Levels

ForaCare Inc.’s new device, the FORA 6 Connect may revolutionalize diabetes management for individuals following the largely popular ketogenic …

ADA and VSP Vision Care Collaborate to Save Sight in People with Diabetes

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) today announced a new collaboration with VSP® Vision Care, a VSP Global® company which serves nearly 90 …

Could a “Smart Toilet” Predict Your Risk for Diabetes and Other Conditions?

Wearable, smart technologies are transforming the ability to monitor and improve health, but a decidedly low-tech commodity — the humble toilet …