Science News for Students: Ultrasound Might Become a New Way to Manage Diabetes
Science News for Students

This form of energy releases insulin in mice. That might someday help control blood sugar in people

Science News for Students: New Risk From Too Much Screentime
Science News for Students

Teens — and everyone else, it seems — spend an unhealthy amount of time sitting, a new survey finds

Siemens STEM Day: Modeling Diabetes
Siemens STEM Day

Students will learn what causes type I and type II diabetes and investigate what is happening in the body of a person who has diabetes, including the function of the pancreas in insulin production and how insulin allows for glucose to enter cells.

Ologies: Diabetology (BLOOD SUGAR) with Dr. Mike Natter, MD
Ologies

Your blood sugar can make you happy, moody, sweaty, unconscious and possibly even homicidal.

Short Wave: There's A Plan To Drive Down Global Insulin Prices. Will It Work?
Short Wave (NPR)

Short Wave reporter Emily Kwong tells host Maddie Sofia about the WHO’s pre-qualification program, a two-year plan to pave the way for more insulin manufacturers to enter the global market.

Ask A Biologist: PLOSable - Diabetes Protein Puzzle
Arizona State University, Ask A Biologist

Diabetes affects nearly one tenth of the population in the United States, but we still have a lot to learn about the disease. Researchers are finding that a lack of specific proteins might reduce our abilities to absorb sugar, making it a key player in the diabetes problem.