There’s news. And then there’s news. The news that comes out of the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center can change lives. For people with diabetes and those who care for them, and about them. So it makes sense to stay on top of all the latest. Both the news the Center puts out through this site, and the frequent media coverage we get based on our important and exciting findings and the authoritative voices that speak for us.

Video-Visitas Instrucciones (Spanish Version)

Ahora tenemos la habilidad de ofrecer Video-Visitas.  Si Ud. prefiere una visita usando su teléfono en vez de una visita personal, por favor llame a la oficina al 212-851-5494 o mándele un correo electrónico a su médico para ver si una Video-Visita le conviene.

Spanish Language COVID-19 Information

Estimada Familia del Berrie Center:


Estamos siguiendo muy de cerca y navegando la pandemia del Coronavirus. Cada día nos trae nueva información y pautas. Las cosas continúan desenvolviéndose.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) y Diabetes

Individuos sanos con diabetes controlada son menos propensos a contraer el COVID-19. Sin embargo, el manejo de la diabetes es más difícil con cualquier tipo de infección.

Sick Day Management Tips

Illnesses, such as the flu and upset stomach, often change the body’s need for insulin. As a result, the blood glucose may rise much higher than usual, or it may be lower than target.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Diabetes

Otherwise healthy individuals with controlled diabetes are unlikely to be at greater risk to get COVID-19. However, managing diabetes is harder with any type of infection. An illness/infection in a person with diabetes can cause blood sugar elevation and raise the risk of complications.

Brooks Gammill Strives for Greatness On and Off the Ice: “I wouldn’t change a thing about what has happened to me”

Brooks Gammill approaches diabetes management the same way he approaches ice hockey – with focus and determination. Brooks is a freshman at Colby College where he is a forward on the men’s division three ice hockey team.

Give me an H-A-I-L-E-Y! An interview with Berrie Center patient and star cheerleader Hailey Cavuoto and her biggest supporter, her mom Jackie

Having type 1 diabetes (T1D) doesn’t stop Hailey Cavuoto, age 11, from soaring high. Hailey is a 6th grader at Somers Middle School in Somers, New York. She is also a competitive cheerleader who loves to perform.

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