Adolescence, Stigma, and Owning Diabetes

This content originally appeared on diaTribe. Republished with permission. By Katie Bacon Katie Bacon is a writer and editor based in Boston. Her daughter was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in August, 2012, when she was six. Katie’s writing about diabetes has appeared on TheAtlantic.com and ASweetLife. Katie has also written for The New York […]

Research Perspectives From a 50-Year Diabetes Medalist

By Chris Stiehl, T1D patient for over 61 years, so far The Joslin Diabetes Center at Harvard Medical School began in 1893 when its founder, Elliott P. Joslin, MD, first developed his interest in diabetes care. This center was among the first-ever dedicated to the study of diabetes. It is well-known for many discoveries and […]

Would You Restrict Carbs to Ease Diabetes Management? (ADA 2020)

Children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes are currently living at a time of a big diabetes technology boom. Continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) and insulin pumps are becoming more popular and offer the promise of better glycemic management and more freedom and peace of mind. As research and clinical trials on automated insulin delivery systems […]

Research Trends with Dr. Maria: Beta Cells, Botox, and More

Dr. Maria Muccioli holds degrees in Biochemistry and Molecular and Cell Biology and has over ten years of research experience in the immunology field. She is currently a professor of biology at Stratford University and a science writer at Diabetes Daily. Dr. Maria has been living well with type 1 diabetes since 2008 and is […]

What Should I Do If I Have Symptoms of COVID-19?

As the global viral outbreak continues, you may be wondering what special considerations there are for people with diabetes to keep in mind. In particular, what should you do if you begin to experience symptoms consistent with the infection? This article reviews the most common COVID-19 symptoms, discusses potential issues specific to people with diabetes, […]

GivingTuesday: Donate for Diabetes

Have you heard of Giving Tuesday, a global generosity movement? Learn more and consider donating to a diabetes organization of your choice. Source: diabetesdaily.com

Joslin Diabetes Center: A Global Leader in Research and Care

Learn about the mission and diabetes advocacy efforts of the Joslin Diabetes Center. Check out this summary to learn more about who they are, what they do, and more. Source: diabetesdaily.com

Measuring Metabolism

This content originally appeared on Wildly Fluctuating. Republished with permission.I don’t usually write about commercial products, but this one seems interesting… if it fulfills its promise. It’s a way of determining whether you’re burning primarily carbohydrate or fat. This is done by calculating something called the respiratory quotient (RQ), which is the ratio of carbon dioxide production to oxygen […]

Type 2 What To Do: Tips for the Newly Diagnosed

This content originally appeared on Blood Sugar Trampoline. Republished with permission. ***Note: Some of this content may be specific to the residents of Ireland. My blog posts are usually about living with type 1 diabetes, however, and some of you might not know this but, I facilitate a diabetes support group for people with type […]