Farxiga Cuts Risk of Kidney Disease in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

Astra Zeneca announced promising results of a phase 3 trial of Farxiga, which showed to reduce the progression of kidney disease or renal death in …

After 20-year Increase, New Data From the CDC Finds Diabetes Cases Decline

New cases of diagnosed diabetes in the U.S. decreased by 35 percent since a peak in 2009 – the first sign that efforts to stop the nation’s …

Children that Have Access to CGMs Have Improved Diabetes Care

Although the use of continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) in clinical practice has drastically increased over the past five to six years, only about 25% …

Drug Targeting Immune System Delays Type 1 Diabetes in High Risk Patients

A drug that targets the immune system can delay the onset of Type 1 diabetes an average of two years in children and adults at high risk, according …

Using New Techniques to Detect Early Signs of Type 2 Diabetes in Teens

Researchers know that exosomes, tiny nanoparticles released from fat cells, travel through the bloodstream and body, regulating a variety of …

Health Coaches; Incentives Help Children with Type 1 Diabetes Improve Glycemic Control

Tom Manatos and Dana Edwards Manatos‘ 8-year-old son, Andrew Manatos, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes just a few days after his 7th …

Irregular Sleep Patterns May be Linked to Metabolic Disorders

A new study has found that not sticking to a regular bedtime and wake-up schedule–and getting different amounts of sleep each night–can …

Glytec Develops New Solution for Selection and Dosing Diabetes Medications

Less than half of the estimated 22 million people prescribed one or more diabetes medications are maintaining blood sugar levels within the …

Long-Term Study Follows the Health of Older Adults with Prediabetes

Most older adults with prediabetes for the last 12 years remained stable or reverted to normal blood sugar levels, and only one-third developed …

Finding Ways to Improve Medication Adherence For Latinos with Diabetes

Latino adults have higher diabetes rates than non-Latinos, yet research shows they are less likely to correctly follow medication instructions …