People who have limited health literacy may have trouble finding, understanding, and using information to effectively manage their diabetes. Learn how to improve diabetes care by addressing limited health literacy skills. Read more
Diabetes Discoveries & Practice Blog
Health care professionals play an important role in promoting the COVID-19 vaccine to patients who have diabetes. Read more
NIDDK researchers report findings from a first-of-its-kind trial on the risk of serious complications from youth-onset type 2 diabetes. Read more
Learn about cognitive impairment risk in people with diabetes and how to adapt treatments for patients with cognitive problems. Read more
Resources to help you empower your patients to build and maintain healthy habits. Read more
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
This NIDDK-supported study is working to better understand blood glucose levels throughout pregnancy. Read more
Check out recent NIDDK Facebook Live interviews on topics that included tips for improving health, reducing diabetes complications, and diabetes research for at-risk groups. Read more
Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability for people with diabetes. Managing elevated hemoglobin A1C levels, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol can reduce the risk for stroke. Read more
How can health care professionals help patients with diabetes and an eating disorder? Read more
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