7 Signs You Could Have Type 1 Diabetes
The sooner you recognize the symptoms of type 1 diabetes, the sooner you can start the treatment you need.
6 Facts People With Type 1 Diabetes Want You to Know
To get a little more educated about the condition, watch this video to learn six important facts about type 1 diabetes.
What Causes Type 1 Diabetes? 3 Things You Need to Know, According to Doctors
No, diet and lifestyle aren't to blame.
9 Celebrities With Type 1 Diabetes
These stars have opened up about the symptoms they experienced before being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, plus the treatments they use to manage the lifelong condition.
Type 1 Diabetes May Be Triggered By a Common Virus, Study Suggests
Researchers found that kids exposed to enteroviruses are more likely to develop the autoimmune disease.
There Are 4 Ways to Manage Your Type 1 Diabetes Through Treatment—Here's How
It's way more than just insulin injections, FYI.
Type 1 vs. Type 2 Diabetes: What Is the Difference?
Diabetes is a chronic condition affecting many Americans, but there are some important differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Here's what you need to know about symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and management of diabetes.
This Miss USA Contestant Showed Off Her Glucose Monitor to Prove an Important Point
Living with diabetes, she says, "doesn't define who you are as a person."
How I Run 100-Mile Races with Type 1 Diabetes
Robin Arzon shares how she learned to cope with the chronic disease as an ultramarathoner and head instructor at Peloton—and how it's made her stronger.
How to Prepare for an Emergency When You Have Diabetes
Stock a diabetes-specific first-aid kit with this expert-approved checklist.
It Took 2 Years of Unexplained Symptoms Before Doctors Finally Diagnosed Me With Type 1 Diabetes
Katelyn Prominski's doctor dismissed her weight loss, extreme thirst, and brain fog, leaving this top ballet dancer unsure of where to turn. At a friend's urging, she went for a blood panel, which started her on the road toward treatment and healing.
This 25-Year-Old Is Living With Type 1 Diabetes—Here's What It's Like
Diagnosed at a routine checkup when she was 12, Rachel Heckerman hasn't let diabetes stop her from living and traveling around the world.