Welcome to the new TCOYD Blog! Every month I'll answer a question we get asked frequently regarding diabetes management. This month it's all about statins!
by Juan Pablo Frias, MD Achieving glucose goals is a critical part of overall diabetes management. The better the glucose control the lower the risk of long-term complications . Taking two or more glucose-lowering medications is usually needed in people with type 2 diabetes to achieve normal or near
Not sure where to get started with your exercise program? Use this tool to help you find your starting point! The appropriate level at which to begin your exercise program is where you’re at. If you have exercised recently (if inconsistently) it’s pretty easy to figure out where you sho
"An exciting nugget of information for Dexcom users was hidden among more eye-catching announcements during yesterday's Keynote Address at Apple's WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) in San Jose. Near the end of his preview of the upcoming watchOS 4 software update for Apple Watch, Kevin Lynch (V
News broke earlier today from CNBC's Christina Farr that Apple, Inc. has a small team of engineers working on creating sensors that can "non-invasively and continuously monitor blood sugar levels to better treat diabetes". The project is allegedly far enough along in development that Apple is invest
The pain of insulin injections is well-documented, and the diabetes community is always searching for better alternatives. One such promising technology is the long-awaited OneTouch Via, an insulin patch pump from Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Calibra Medical. Designed for both Type 1 and Type 2
Fall has come with a flurry of new products, FDA approvals, and announcements from the major players in diabetes technology. Don't miss out by checking out a quick recap of what matters: 1. Tandem Diabetes begins shipping the forward-thinking T:Slim X2 Thanks to an all-new bluetooth transmitter an