Research explores possible link between type 1 diabetes and COVID-19
A trio of new studies from the United States and Europe explore a possible link between COVID-19 and new-onset type 1 diabetes (T1D) in children.
Spotlight on the burden of flu for people living with diabetes
Why are people with diabetes more at risk from flu? What are the options for reducing the risk? What are the challenges and solutions to increase awareness across health care professionals, researchers and patients themselves?
Big study reveals increased heart disease and diabetes risk after COVID-19
Cardiometabolic outcomes up to 12 months after COVID-19 infection. A matched cohort study in the UK
A Policy brief from the NCD Alliance, the International Diabetes Federation and the World Heart Federation
Pressure Points: Call for simultaneous action on diabetes and hypertension for more resilient health systems
Good practices: Diabetes Australia influenza and diabetes social media campaign
Stay well and stay out of hospital. Be prepared. Get your annual flu shot.
New study: People with Diabetes are at Increased Risk of Flu Complications
2021 Chronic Health Conditions Surveys: Gaps between Healthcare Professionals and Adult Patients
Less than half of patients with chronic health conditions report having been vaccinated against flu
Hitting new heights: Improving vaccination uptake among patients with chronic conditions across Europe
This report was produced in partnership with the Coalition for Life-course Immunisation and the Longevity Centre UK
The diabetes epidemic: New findings show alarming increase of people living with diabetes worldwide
New figures are taken from the upcoming 10th Edition of the IDF Diabetes Atlas
A Case for Enhancing Coverage of Influenza Vaccination in Gulf Cooperation Council Countries in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus during COVID-19
Digital intervention increases influenza vaccination rates for people with diabetes in a decentralized randomized trial
What about respiratory virus infections? Prevention for people living with diabetes in Covid times