Unrestricted home use of day and night hybrid closed-loop insulin is safe and feasible for very young children.
Higher levels of vitamin D-binding protein at the time of delivery, but not during the middle of pregnancy, were associated with a lower risk for type 1 diabetes.
No significant difference was found between the standardized reading and math test scores of children with type 1 diabetes and those without.
An improved genetic risk score for type 1 diabetes signiﬁcantly improved identification of persons with type 1 diabetes from those with type 2 diabetes and was useful in identifying adult incident diabetes in newborn screening.
Poor glycemic control in patients with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes, but not type 2 diabetes, was associated with an increased risk for low-trauma fracture.
Introduction of the oral rotovirus vaccine in Australia was associated with a decline in the incidence of type 1 diabetes.
Only one in five children and adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in the United States achieve American Diabetes Association (ADA) goals for glycated hemoglobin.
Trained alert dogs can help patients with type 1 diabetes regulate their blood glucose levels.
Investigators examine characteristics associated with disordered eating behaviors in teenagers with type 1 diabetes.
The FDA takes the advice of the panel into consideration when making decisions, however it is not bound by their recommendations.
The MiniMed 670G system is effective and safe for in-home use by children with type 1 diabetes.
In young children with type 1 diabetes, even a single episode of moderate/severe diabetic ketoacidosis can have long-term effects on the developing brain.
Maternal Graves disease and Hashimoto disease during pregnancy increases childhood risk for type 1 diabetes and schizophrenia, respectively.
Cerebral small vessel disease (SVD) is more commonly observed in individuals with type 1 diabetes (T1D) compared with the general population.
In patients with long-standing T1D and proliferative diabetic retinopathy, renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system activation may be associated with vascular stiffening.
Professional and personal continuous glucose monitoring systems exhibit similar accuracy in both inpatient and home settings, with both having lower sensor performance during hypoglycemic episodes.
The ADA published its 2019 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes, an evidence-based document intended to provide clinicians, patients, and other stakeholders in the diabetes treatment landscape with up-to-date recommendations.
Treatment of thyroid disease, severe infections, glucagon prescriptions, and diabetic retinopathy occur more frequently in individuals with type 1 diabetes who are subsequently diagnosed with Addison disease.
Fear of complications and frustration at the amount of time required to manage type 1 diabetes impact the quality of life of young adults with the disease.
About one in four patients report cost-related insulin underuse, which is associated with poor glycemic control.