Just Launched! TCOYD’s New Diabetes Access + Resource Center

New TCOYD Resource Center

As people living with diabetes, and doctors who treat hundreds of patients with diabetes, we know how challenging, frustrating, and expensive it is to live with this condition. That’s why we created a new access page on our website, with resources on everything from financial assistance to insurance advice. November may be National Diabetes Month, but diabetes is a 365-day condition, and we want you to be as successful as you can be every day of the year.

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What’s Trending in Diabetes? Trend Arrows and How to React to Them!

Diabetes CGM Trend Arrows

If you’re not utilizing your trend arrows and reacting to them, you’re not getting the most out of your CGM. Drs. E+P explain how to dose (or not dose) in response to the direction your trend arrows are pointing. Here’s their advice on how to adjust for highs and lows, along with a trend arrow cheat sheet.

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Prediabetes: It’s Not Too Late for an About-Face!

Dose of Drs. E+P: Prediabetes

What the heck is prediabetes? If you have it, does it mean type 2 is knocking at your door? Is there anything you can do to stop it from coming in? There’s a lot of fear and confusion surrounding prediabetes. Drs. E+P explain the risk factors, testing methods, and early treatment options that can help prevent or delay it from developing into type 2.

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Post-Meal High Blood Sugars: How to “Strike the Spike”!

Dose of Drs. E+P, how to strike the post meal spike

One of the most common challenges for people with diabetes is trying to prevent blood sugars from shooting up after meals. Drs. E and P have been managing spikes for over 75 years between the two of ’em, and they offer clear-cut suggestions on how to keep post-meal highs at bay.

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Dr. P Got Covid…His Most Surprising Symptom and Advice If You Get Sick

Dr. Pettus' COVID experience

Dr. P got candid about his recent experience getting COVID. He opened up about how it made him feel – emotionally as well as physically – and he talked about his weirdest and most predominant symptom. He discussed how COVID affected his diabetes, and he offered firsthand advice on what to do if you get sick.

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