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  1. Be Part of Research: Complete Glu’s Exercise Study Today


    Glu is a critical component of the T1D Exchange, an organization founded on the premise that the advancement of type 1 diabetes therapies requires real patient data and input. As part of your Glu membership, you have the unique opportunity to be part of type 1 diabetes research.  Our current study on exercise seeks to […]

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  2. What’s Changing on Glu: March 3rd, 2015

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    I know what you are thinking: it has been almost 4 months since the last article about technical updates on Glu, surely things must be changing again. Rest assured, we (the development team behind Glu) are constantly making changes to improve the site; some just aren’t as newsworthy. For example, last month we changed the […]

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  3. Our Reaction to the New York Times’ “Midnight, Three, and Six”

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    —Kelly Close. To view the original article on diaTribe, please click here. At diaTribe, we are always grateful when diabetes receives coverage in the media. Since it affects so many people, it’s always a mystery to me that it gets so little exposure. That’s why I was excited to see the short documentary “Midnight, Three, […]

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  4. Insulin Pump Use by Children Is Highest in US, Collaboration Found

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    A recent multinational collaboration found that the percentage of children over the age of 6 years living with type 1 diabetes (T1D) who use insulin pumps is higher in the US than in England, Wales, Germany, and Austria, and in all of these countries, HbA1c levels were lower among pump users. In this collaboration, investigators […]

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