One on One with ADA CEO Tracey Brown

Tracey D. Brown is the CEO of the American Diabetes Association. BT2 had a candid conversation with Brown about community needs + what's ahead for the ADA.

All about Metformin

Metformin belongs to the family of Biguanides which are the drugs that increase insulin sensitivity and therefore have a beneficial effect in blood glucose management, particularly in insulin resistance.

4 Ways to Overcome Blood Sugar Testing Anxiety

Testing your blood sugar sucks sometimes. It can be painful and cause anxiety if we fear our numbers. If you feel this way, we have 4 ways to help you overcome blood sugar testing anxiety.

Taking the Blame and Shame Out of Complications

Noted T1D blogger Renza Scibilia and Twitter's Chris Aldred ("The Grumpy Pumper") talk about blaming and shaming when it comes to complications.

All about Glucagon

Besides being a hormone that occurs naturally in the body, glucagon is also an emergency medicine used when a person with diabetes is experiencing hypoglycemia and cannot take sugar orally or in non-emergency situations with mini-dosing to prevent "glycemic overshoot."

The Future of Diabetes Care with AADE President Karen Kemmis

Karen Kemmis, the President of AADE recently spoke with Beyond Type 2 about the exciting changes happening at AADE and the future of diabetes care. 

FDA Approves First Oral Semaglutide Rybelsus from Novo Nordisk

On September 20, the FDA approved the first oral GLP-1 Rybelsus (semaglutide). Manufactured by Novo Nordisk, the GLP-1 drug showed impressive efficacy in the PIONEER Trial results presented at EASD 2019.

Half-Price Generics of NovoLog and NovoLog Mix Announced by Novo Nordisk

Novo Nordisk announced that authorized generic versions of NovoLog and NovoLog Mix will be made available on January 2, 2020.

Vaccinations for Adults with Diabetes

Managing health conditions such as influenza, measles and others is complex but if we add glycemic management, it could involve a lot of work and would have serious consequences if not treated adequately.

The Wake-Up Call I Gave Myself

Melissa lived for years relying on medication, but she realized that she needed to take her management into her own hands to be truly healthy and happy.