AADE Rolls Out New Name for Diabetes Educators to Better Reflect Care Team Roles

One of the exciting changes announced at this year’s AADE conference is the repositioning of the diabetes educator title. Karen Kemmis, PT, …

Diabetes Drug, Farxiga Shows Promise in Patients With Heart Failure

AstraZeneca announced this week positive results from a landmark trial which showed that its diabetes drug, Farxiga reduced cardiovascular instances, …

Ginkgo Biloba May Offer Benefits in Fighting Type 2 Diabetes

The extract of the leaves of Ginkgo biloba, a popular dietary supplement, may offer some therapeutic benefits in fighting Type 2 diabetes, according …

Glenmark to Sell Combination Therapy for Adults With Type 2 Diabetes in India

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd. announced it has received regulatory approval to market a combination of a novel drug, Remogliflozinc, and Metformin …

Drawbridge Health Gets FDA Clearance for its A1C Test System

Drawbridge Health today announced it received 510(k) clearance from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the OneDraw™ A1C …

Study: More than 2 Million Adults Are Over-Treating Diabetes in the U.S.

New research from Mayo Clinic finds that more than 2.3 million adult patients in the U.S. are likely being treated too intensively for their …

ADA 2019 Standards of Care Reveal Key Recommendations for Diabetes Technology

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) updates its Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes every year to give doctors, clinicians, and patients key …

Menopausal Women at Greater Risk for Sleep Disturbance, According to Research

Women with diabetes undergoing the menopause transition are at greater risk for sleep disturbances, according to new findings. Hormone changes have …

Health Insurer Introduces Insulin Cost Relief Program in North Dakota

A Minnesota based health insurer, Medica, announced today it will expand its cap on the maximum amount members in North Dakota will pay for their …

Diabetes Treatment Targets Have Not Improved in Over Two Decades

Advances in diabetes care over the past two decades have not effectively improved diabetes outcomes for American adults, in particular young, female …