Category Archives: Complications

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Progressing toward an Artificial Pancreas: Preventing and Treating Low Blood Glucose

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An important limitation to development of an artificial pancreas is the danger of low blood glucose caused by insulin infusion. A recent Association-funded study works to overcome this issue and bring artificial pancreas technology closer to reality. Continue reading

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Five Things to Know About Diabetes and PCOS

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Did you know that PCOS is the most common cause of female infertility? Or that about 5 million women in the United States are affected by it? Learn more about PCOS—and what it means for women with diabetes. Continue reading

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Type 1 Diabetes and Your Heart: New Research

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People with type 1 diabetes are at higher risk for heart disease, but the relationship between risk factors and type 1 diabetes is not well understood. Last month, the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association released a Scientific Statement … Continue reading

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No More Needles? What You Need to Know about Inhaled Insulin

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The diabetes community is abuzz about inhaled insulin. On June 27, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new product, called Afrezza, that has been years in the making. Many people with diabetes are quick to say: “Insulin that doesn’t need to be injected? No more needles? Sign me up!” Continue reading

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#2014ADA: The Largest Diabetes Meeting in the World

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We’re excited to bring you the latest news and research, plus interviews with key thought leaders—and share what it all means for people affected by diabetes. Continue reading

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Men’s Health Month: Overcoming the Fears to Better Health

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Historically, men have not been as comfortable as women when it comes to discussing issues about their health, particularly conditions like diabetes, depression or sexual dysfunction. But why? Continue reading

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Juggling Exercise with Type 1 Diabetes

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People with type 1 diabetes may have fears of experiencing hypoglycemia (low blood glucose) while exercising regularly. Continue reading

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