Dr. Riddell and his former PhD student, Dr. Dessi Zaharieva, recently published an article titled Glucose Control During Physical Activity and Exercise Using Closed Loop Technology in Adults and Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes. The article provides strategies and guidance for safe exercise and type 1 diabetes management while using automated insulin delivery. Closed loop […]
Dr. Riddell was recently a guest on the Finding Genius Podcast with Richard Jacobs! On the podcast, Dr. Riddell discussed: How an emerging technology could sense when the body is initiating increased activity or exercise, and respond accordingly to keep insulin at the appropriate level Why eating a large carbohydrate-rich meal prior to exercise has […]
Two research articles have recently been published involving Team Novo Nordisk Professional Cyclists with type 1 diabetes. One of the articles investigated factors related to glycemic management among members of the professional cycling team with type 1 diabetes over a 7-day Union Cycliste Internationale World Tour stage race. The study determined that the professional cyclists […]
This article is also available on the Diabetes Canada website.
From YFile A diabetes drug to prevent low blood glucose levels (hypoglycemia) will advance to clinical trials thanks to a US$3.9-million funding commitment to support the completion of pre-clinical activities required to bring the drug to clinical trials. York University researcher Michael Riddell is working closely with Zucara Therapeutics to advance these pre-clinical activities. Riddell […]
This article is also available on the Personal Health News website.
Transform the way you live with type 1! Friday, August 17 – Sunday, August 19, 2018 Paradise Point Resort & Spa – San Diego, CA Registration & Information: tcoyd.org/one or 800-998-2693 Join Dr. Steve Edelman and his team of diabetes specialists for an all-inclusive type 1 weekend in paradise! We’re excited to announce that Taking […]
Frontiers has a call for research papers on physical activity and type 1 diabetes. They are looking for original research articles and review articles on, but not limited to, the following topics: Benefits of exercise and physical activity; Insulin action and physical activity; Effects of activity type and timing on glycemic balance; Management of food […]
The new, improved ExCarbs has launched! ExCarbs is a resource designed to help individuals with diabetes determine their insulin needs during exercise to exercise safely. Explore the site HERE.
On World Diabetes Day, Dr. Riddell answered questions on type 1 diabetes and exercise through Facebook Live on the JDRF Facebook page. We want to say thank you to everyone who watched the event live and asked questions on World Diabetes Day, and to everyone who has watched it since that day. We have shared some […]