The Diabetes Education and Research Center (DERC) is a non-profit organization located in Philadelphia, PA. DERC was established in 1968 to supplement the efforts of the Garfield G. Duncan Research Foundation.
Diabetes Education and Research Center
PO Box 897
Philadelphia, PA 19105
2015 Dietary Guideline Advisory Committee Recommends Increasing Fiber Intake
Upcoming 2015 Dietary Guidelines May Support Moderate Coffee Consumption
Does Eating Sugar Cause Diabetes?
Mouth And Throat Exercises For Sleep Apnea
5 Days Of Reduced Activity Increases Diabetes Risk
Working Long Hours May Increase Risk For Diabetes
What Level Of Fasting Blood Glucose Indicates Prediabetes?
FDA Approves Inhaled Insulin By Mannkind
JNC 8: New Blood Pressure Guidelines, 2014
Too Much Animal Protein Linked To Higher Diabetes Risk
How Diabetes Affects Your Body: Infographic
Coffee Consumption “Strongly Associated” With Lower Risk For Type 2 Diabetes
ADA Position Statement On Nutrition Therapy For Diabetes: Fat
High Dietary Acid Load May Raise Risk For Type 2 Diabetes
How Much Protein Should A Person With Diabetes Eat?
Increasing Red Meat Consumption Increases Risk For Type 2 Diabetes In 3 Large Cohorts
Large Prospective Study Supports Link Between Meat Consumption And Diabetes
ADA Position Statement On Nutrition Therapy For Diabetes: Carbohydrate
Variability Makes Urine Glucose Testing Unreliable
ADA Position Statement On Nutrition Therapy For Diabetes
Can Your Genes Predict Your Risk For Type 2 Diabetes?
Correlating A1C To Average Blood Glucose (And Vice Versa)
CDC Diabetes Fact Sheet
Is High Blood Pressure In The Elderly Not As Risky?
Dietary Fat Increases Blood Glucose and Insulin Requirements
You Don't Have To Be Taking Metformin Or Have Diabetes To Risk Vitamin B12 Deficiency
New Study Links Metformin To Cognitive Impairment
Visit Us On Social Media
CDC: Diabetes And Prediabetes Risk Tests
Tips On Using A Blood Glucose Meter
FDA Video On Diabetes Devices
CDC: State Obesity Map
US NIH Blood Pressure Guidelines
Foot Care In Diabetes
Vitamin D Heart Benefit In Question
Diabetes' Link To Bacteria
Poll: How Much Diet Soda Do You Drink?
Over $2 Million Raised At Philly's Walk For Diabetes
Diabetes Or Prediabetes Increases Risk For Dementia
To Lose Belly Fat: Jogging Better Than Lifting Weights
Increasing Muscle Mass May Improve Insulin Resistance And Lower Risk For Diabetes
Two New Studies Address Salt Intake And Cardiovascular Disease
Diet Soda Linked To Larger Waist, Higher Blood Glucose
High-Dose Statin Therapy May Increase Risk For Type 2 Diabetes
The Diabetes Education and Research Center is a non-profit organization located in Philadelphia, PA. Your tax-deductible contribution makes a difference. You may contribute through the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (our donor choice code is 06238), or through the links below. Thank you for your support!