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.

Ask a DCES: How Do I Keep High and Low Numbers in Perspective?

Not sure what to make of some of your glucose numbers? A DCES tells you how to keep your high and low numbers in perspective.

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."

How to Stay Consistent with Diabetes Management

Managing diabetes is easier when you have a routine you can stick to. Learn how to stay consistent with diabetes management.

New Medicare Plan Will Cap Insulin Copays at $35

Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) launched a new plan for some Medicare Part D participants to pay a maximum $35 copay for their monthly supply of insulin.

Coronavirus and Diabetes – What You Should Know

A helpful breakdown of what people with diabetes should know about the Coronavirus that's been making headlines since first reports of it emerged in China earlier this year.

Test Strip Subscription Guide

Test strips can be costly, but you may be able to save money by signing up for a test strip subscription service. Learn about your options here.

Medical ID Guide

If the situation ever arises, wearing a medical ID can make sure that you receive the attention and care you need in the event of an emergency. Whether you’re considering getting your first medical ID or just switching up your routine, the choices out there can be overwhelming. Beyond Type 2 is here to help!

Relationships and Type 2 Diabetes

When you live as a couple and either of your lives with diabetes, things can be a bit different. Here's some advice to manage diabetes in your relationship.

Sharing Your CGM Data

You don't need to do diabetes alone. If you wear a CGM, read about sharing your data with your friends and family who help you manage Type 2 diabetes.