Our thoughts on living well with diabetes
Diabetes tech is exploding! And, more is coming… Soon, we’ll have: the first artificial pancreas sexier insulin pumps smart socks to monitor ...
November is Diabetes Awareness Month — an especially important time to come together as a community and promote awareness of diabetes and how it af...Read More
Nearly 50% of all people with diabetes use insulin. Everyone with type 1 diabetes uses it, and up to 42% of people with type 2 do too. Unfortunately, not...Read More
Halloween is a tough holiday for anyone trying to eat healthy First: the candy dishes at the office are overflowing. All those candy bars you’re us...Read More
Checking blood sugar often is great! But to get the most out of your data, you need to check at the right times. When you check your glucose at specific ...Read More
What’s one of the most frustrating things to deal with when you have diabetes? Waking up to a high morning blood sugar! You haven’t eaten, ta...Read More
Phones, tablets, and computers are delivering health information more than ever before. Everyone should be able to access, understand, and apply that inf...Read More
Hey One Drop Community! The ADA recently kicked off the Diabetes Dance Dare, and we are so pumped to join in and raise diabetes awareness! We’re dancing ...Read More
We expect doctors to give us the absolute best care. But, are they? In a recent poll, One Drop users (29%) said a doctor’s advice has been the most...Read More
My hometown of Nashville, Tennessee is in the “diabetes belt” — the region of the US with the most people living with diabetes. My Nashville neighb...Read More
Our world has never been more data-driven. My personal data is all around me — each time I sign up to use a new app or online service, post on Twit...Read More
Healthcare is expensive When Trump and Clinton went head to head in their first U.S. presidential debate, I tweeted: “Debate about healthcare.” Greg repl...