TOP DIABETES BLOGS!
Are you interested in connecting with other people who have diabetes and/or learning more about diabetes care and treatment? Today, it is easier than ever to find an online community with plenty of support and caring individuals. Here's a top 10 list of some of our favorite diabetes blogs! These communities can keep you in touch with cutting edge advances and treatments. new products and diabetes resources. Our list also includes great blogs devoted to diabetes diet recipes and exercise. Take a look at our featured diabetes blogs and feel free to leave a comment with your favorite diabetes blog!
Diabetes Daily: This blog has a section for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. There are plenty of recipes to try and also a community forum.
TuDiabetes- Here's a great blog that even has a community section for newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes Strong Another excellent blog with an added focus on the importance of exercise as related to diabetes. Includes lots of diabetes-friendly recipes too! Need more help with getting started on a safe exercise regimen? This blog features personal trainers who will work with you to set up a individualized plan.
Diabetes Mine- This blog includes informative articles about all aspects of diabetes care. There is also a product review that spotlights new advances and technologies related to diabetes control.
Beyondtype2.org A diabetes community sharing any diabetes topic you can think of. Also includes latest news, new products and resources.
Diabetes Sisters- A site devoted to addressing the needs of women with diabetes. This blog also encourages groups to meet up and share in-person.
Type 2 Diabetes- Find a wealth of information at this site specific to type 2 diabetes. Lots of practical advice and articles on current topics of interest.
diaTribe covers a wide variety of topics related to diabetes. From type 1 to type 2, from drugs to devices, from research opportunities to regulatory decisions, the common thread through our articles is that they aim to provide value to our readers. That might come from learning about a new product or study, or from feeling more confident in discussions with their healthcare team, or simply gaining hope knowing that progress is being made every day. We also hope to raise awareness of unmet needs in diabetes and, through education, decrease the stigma associated with this disease.