The history of humankind is replete with stories of tremendous changes. Discoveries, inventions, records and ultimately leaving footprints of existence through artefacts - human beings have always ensured to pass on their legacy of survival through numerous ways. .Sometimes, these stories also included mentiostoriesn of wars and the struggle to break down an imposed system to create a new order. With time, the point of focus for humankind may have shifted but the goal remains the same - survival. In the new age of information, the pace of change seems to be increased. Every day, we come across a plethora of means of information from multiple sources. For instance, who could have imagined that teleconsultation would one day be a real thing,until the COVID 19 pandemic in 2020 when the entire healthcare system had to make aPeople nowadays have easy access to a lot of information, more so in the healthcare aspect and this has its virtues and pitfalls. This easy access has, on one hand, encouraged people to educate themselves about their health and body and in turn, take charge of it.On the other hand, with so many avenues of information getting into the game, authenticity becomes a question. Which websites, media accounts to rely on and what books and podcasts to go to get the factually correct information and avoid quackery - these are some of the matters that need to be addressed urgently. It is a new virtual wave of a struggle for identity and creating a new order of truth and transparency in which the individual and society need to come together.With this in mind, Diabetes Health magazine brings forth the four modern pillars of information - media, society, community helplines and scientific portals - and explores how these options could be best explored for guidance and knowledge. As the adage goes - knowledge is power and the right knowledge could empower us to lead a happy and healthy life.