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If the Rate of New Diabetes Cases is Dropping, What’s Left to Do?

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There is a difference between incidence and prevalence—how many new cases are being reported, versus how many people actually have diabetes. Continue reading

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Join Our #AmericaGetsCooking Twitter Chat – Nov. 6 at 2 p.m. ET!

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On Nov. 6, the American Diabetes Association will host a one-hour #AmericaGetsCooking Twitter party on healthy cooking tips, easy ingredient swaps, recipe ideas and more. Continue reading

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Your Favorite Recipes Get a Makeover!

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Do any of your beloved recipes leave you feeling a little guilty? Some of the most popular foods just don’t work for people with diabetes, or anyone looking to eat healthfully. Luckily, Diabetes Forecast magazine is here to help with “Diabetize Your Recipe” and “Makeover Favorites”! Continue reading

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Diabetes Forecast Guides You on the Latest Diabetes Tools

From blood glucose meters to insulin pumps to continuous glucose monitors, the number of diabetes products on the market can be overwhelming. Every January, Diabetes Forecast magazine tries to solve this challenge by publishing its annual Consumer Guide, a catalog … Continue reading

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Scientific Sessions Update: What Can Readers Look Forward to in the New Diabetes Forecast Magazine?

Anna Baker interviews Editorial Director Kelly Rawlings about the redesigned Diabetes Forecast magazine at the 72nd Scientific Sessions in Philadelphia. What new features can readers look forward to?

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Scientific Sessions Update: Behind the Scenes in the Association’s Booth

An interview with Paayal Malhotra inside the Association’s booth within the exhibit hall. Anna Baker reports from the 72nd Scientific Sessions in Philadelphia.

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A New Face for Forecast

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Hot off the press! As summer approaches, Diabetes Forecast, the monthly healthy living magazine from the American Diabetes Association, is getting a refreshing redesign. The June issue is all new, with a modern look and a renewed focus on diabetes. Continue reading

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