Get an overview of results from three NIDDK-funded studies—DPPOS, TEDDY, and SEARCH—that were recently shared at the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) virtual Scientific Sessions. Read more
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An international consensus group has recommended clinical targets to help health care professionals and patients use continuous glucose monitoring data to guide managing diabetes. Read more
The Strategic Plan lays a bold framework to help answer important nutrition research questions over the next 10 years. Read more
Learn how Touro University’s Mobile Diabetes Education Center is breaking the barrier between health care providers and community members in the prevention of diabetes. Read more
Learn more about NIDDK’s professional and continuing education modules— to enhance knowledge and skills around caring for patients with chronic conditions like obesity, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease (CKD). Read more
Health care professionals can help adolescents prevent obesity from becoming an unwanted side effect of the unique growth period they undergo on their way to adulthood. Read more
Learn about NIH-funded technology breakthroughs advancing the science of diabetes. Read more
People with high blood pressure, especially those with diabetes, are at higher risk for kidney disease. Learn how to help them manage their conditions and reduce their risk. Read more
People with diabetes are at high risk for kidney disease, but there are steps they can take to protect their kidneys. Read more
A1C is a useful but imperfect tool for diagnosis of diabetes, because test responses vary considerably across ethnic and racial populations. Read more
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