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According to a new nationwide survey, the 34 million Americans living with diabetes face unique, acute and intensified challenges to their health as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic – challenges that may increase their COVID risk for complications.
ADA Releases 2021 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes Centered on Evolving Evidence, Technology, and Individualized Care
the American Diabetes Association® released the 2021 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes. The 2021 Standards of Care is now live online in Diabetes Care.
The American Heart Association® and American Diabetes Association's® Know Diabetes by Heart™ initiative reveals new ambassador class during American Diabetes Month®
American Diabetes Association Unveils Scientific Review on Social Determinants of Health and Diabetes
the American Diabetes Association®, the nation's leading organization for all people living with diabetes, published a scientific review addressing social determinants of health and diabetes.
During American Diabetes Month™, American Diabetes Association® Calls for Unity: Together #WeStandGreaterThan Diabetes
Almost everyone knows someone impacted by diabetes. With over 122 million people in the U.S. living with diabetes or prediabetes, you don't need to look too far outside your circle.
The American Diabetes Association® Calls for Unity and Equity During American Diabetes Month with We Stand Greater Than Campaign
American Diabetes Month™ will kick off next week, and the American Diabetes Association® is asking the diabetes community to rise up! Right now, everything seems to be conspiring to try to make us feel powerless, afraid and small.
Keeping our young people healthy and active amid coronavirus related closures is essential, and while organizations continue to scramble and pivot, the American Diabetes Association® has transformed Project Power virtually.
The bill from Rep. Robin Kelly (D-IL) extends protections to low-income and minority communities during COVID-19
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) announced that it has invested $1 million to fund 10 research projects investigating the link between COVID-19 and diabetes. The awarded funds will support basic, transl
Millions with Diabetes and Other Chronic Conditions at Risk as Postal Delays Threaten Medication Deliveries
ADA Leads 20 National Patient Advocate Groups Urging USPS Delivery Improvements
As COVID-19 puts people with diabetes and minorities in the crosshairs, ADA calls for a Health Equity Bill of Rights to address systemic health inequities
Over 100 Leading Advocacy Groups Demand Congress Address Lack of COVID-19 Testing in Nation's Underserved Communities
American Diabetes Association, Black Lives Matter, NAACP, AARP and others urge Congress to make testing more accessible through mobile units, community health workers and other means
Latest CDC and NIDDK sponsored SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth research indicates substantial percentage of today's youth with diabetes are not meeting recommended A1C goals
NIDDK study continues to look at possible factors that lead to the development of the diseases in children
Hua Medicine’s Dorzagliatin Demonstrates Improvements in β-Cell Function in Data Presented at the American Diabetes Association’s 80th Scientific Sessions
Hua Medicine, a leading innovative drug development company focused on developing novel therapies for the treatment of diabetes, announced post-analysis results from dorzagliatin’s 24-week monotherapy trial SEED,.
Research presented at the American Diabetes Association's® 80th Virtual Scientific Sessions shows the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid Expansion appears to have substantial positive effects on the care of racial and ethnic minorities with diabetic foot ulcerations.
One in Three People with Diabetes Do Not Receive Support Needed to Deal with Emotional Aspects of Living with Diabetes
Denmark study of self-reported data from more than 9,000 people finds overall need for better access to psychological and other non-medical diabetes care for people living with diabetes and their caregivers
Wolters Kluwer collaborates with American Diabetes Association to develop virtual alternative for the ADA’s 80th Scientific Sessions
Wolters Kluwer, Health , a leading global provider of information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry, has joined forces with the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and other collaborators to develop and virtually host its 80th Scientific Sessions: A Virtual Experience from June 12 through 16. The ADA’s annual, in-person meeting has been transformed into a fully digital experience leveraging com
Sun Life and American Diabetes Association® educate advocates on diabetes management during COVID-19 at virtual Call to Congress
People with diabetes are three times as likely to need hospitalization if infected with COVID-19
The American Diabetes Association® applauds the Washington governor and legislature for passing SB 6087