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.

The Importance of CGM for Insulin-Dependent Type 2 Diabetes

For people with insulin-dependent Type 2 diabetes, a CGM can be the turning point in reaching your diabetes goals. Learn why these devices can work for you and make living with diabetes easier.

The Power of Self Advocacy

Advancements in diabetes technology have been amazing over the course of the last decade, but difficulties with insurance companies can make it frustrating to get needs met. This is where self advocacy comes in.

One on One With Insulet CEO Shacey Petrovic

Insulet CEO Shacey Petrovic spoke with Beyond Type 1 about her personal connection to T1D, the importance of access, the future of Omnipod and more.

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.

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."

Sleep Deprivation and Type 2 Diabetes

You’ve heard that it is necessary to get enough sleep so that your health is not negatively affected, but for those of us living with diabetes, how does not getting enough sleep affect us?

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.

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.