This page of Diabetes Care Community features news articles about the latest developments in diabetes and prediabetes prevention and management.
Why dental care needs to be part of health care — and on the federal election agenda
U.S. panel urges diabetes screening to begin sooner, at age 35
New Alberta bandage technology could prevent amputations for diabetic patients
Low GI foods significantly reduce blood sugar in diabetes patients
Youth-onset type 2 diabetes is more aggressive and difficult to control, study shows
Far fewer than 10,000 steps per day can boost health
Almonds have potential to prevent prediabetes: study
Legislation for national diabetes framework in Canada becomes law
NHS to pilot artificial pancreas tech for people with type 1 diabetes
Global research consortium examines if COVID-19 may cause diabetes
Research advances one step closer to stem cell therapy for type 1 diabetes
Doctors warn of increase in children presenting with diabetic ketoacidosis during pandemic
A few months into the pandemic, doctors including Elizabeth Sellers noticed a worrisome trend — more children arriving in hospital with a sudden and severe condition called diabetic ketoacidosis.
Read also about Diabetic ketoacidosis: Know the signs and symptoms of this life-threatening situation!
Two apples a day keeps the (diabetes) doctor away
Researchers develop machine-learning model that accurately predicts diabetes, study says
Diabetes vaccine shows promise for some patients in early trial
Fruit- and Vegetable-Rich Diet May Help Reduce Stress Levels
In a study involving more than 8,600 Australian adults, higher intake of fruits and vegetables was associated with lower perceived stress, particularly in the middle-aged adults.
What's the Right Amount of Sleep for a Healthy Heart?
'Prediabetes' Raises Odds for Heart Attack, Stroke
Federal budget includes establishing a national framework for diabetes in Canada
The 2021 federal budget has allocated $35M over five years for diabetes research, surveillance, prevention, innovation and the development of a comprehensive diabetes framework.
Commemorative stamp marks 100th anniversary of U of T’s discovery of insulin
Canada Post unveiled the new stamp at an online symposium sponsored by Diabetes Action Canada, U of T’s Banting & Best Diabetes Centre and the department of medicine in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine.