How Teens with Type 1 Diabetes Can Guard Their Hearts

People with type 1 diabetes are far more likely to develop cardiovascular disease than those without diabetes. Their risks climb even higher if they …

8 Allergy Fighting Tips for the Changing Season

Along with the changing of the seasons comes pollen, which can trigger allergies in many people. But there are common indoor irritants, such as dust …

Tidepool Announces Plans for New, FDA Regulated Mobile App

Tidepool, a nonprofit company focused on freeing data from diabetes devices, has announced a new project to build and support an FDA-regulated …

New Noninvasive Blood Glucose Test Promises Alternative to Painful Pricking

For those living with diabetes, monitoring blood glucose accurately is necessary to control diabetes and prevent diabetes-related complications. …

Top 8 Tips for Managing a Sick Day

A cold, the flu or an infection can raise your blood sugar levels. It can also zap your energy level and your appetite and keep you from exercising. …

Diabetes: Facts, Statistics, and You

In a special partnership with Healthline, dLife is proud to bring you a look at the most recent diabetes facts and statistics. By: Jessica Timmons. …

How Accurate is Your Blood Glucose Monitor?

Blood glucose monitors that are marketed and sold to consumers may not be as accurate as regulatory bodies, or consumers would hope,  according to a …

Gastric Banding as Effective as Medication in Slowing Prediabetes; Type 2 Diabetes

A National Institutes of Health-supported study finds people with prediabetes or those with type 2 diabetes who weight loss surgery, had similar …

Expert Advice: Avoiding a Low While Behind the Wheel

Of the nearly 100 million Americans living with diabetes or prediabetes, a large percentage will seek a driver’s license or are already …

Weight Loss Drug Shows Positive Effect on Diabetes

A weight loss drug, lorcaserin, was found to reduce the risk of diabetes by 19 percent in patients with prediabetes in a recent study. The drug is …