Automated insulin delivery systems, also called artificial pancreas, can improve glycemic outcomes and make daily self-care easier for people with type 1 diabetes. Read more
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As we celebrate 100 years since the discovery of insulin, NIDDK researchers look back—and look ahead—at the Institute's work advancing diabetes research. Read more
The new system is a major step in improving the quality of life and disease management in children as young as age 6 who have type 1 diabetes. Read more
Get an overview of results from three NIDDK-funded studies—DPPOS, TEDDY, and SEARCH—that were recently shared at the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) virtual Scientific Sessions. Read more
Learn about NIH-funded technology breakthroughs advancing the science of diabetes. Read more
NIH-funded study shows new system better controls blood glucose than current technology. Read more
For patients with diabetes, cardiovascular disease should be a top priority. Read more
Results from three newly published NIDDK-funded studies—TrialNet, RISE, and Teen-LABS—reveal findings about youth and diabetes. Read more
Sleep is often overlooked as a potential risk or protective factor for diabetes management. Read more
NIH-funded TrialNet research is successfully finding ways to preserve insulin production. Read more
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