Fruit may not be viewed as being as healthy as fresh vegetables for patients with diabetes because of its relatively high sugar content.
Over the past few years, there has been much discussion about needed changes in how internists maintain their ABIM certification.
Five new and upcoming medical devices will help your patients manage their diabetes care.
April news highlights the importance of timely eye examinations in young patients with diabetes and the efficacy of a teleretinal screening program.
The team approach allows for more eyes on the patient, so more information can be gathered to help pinpoint any barriers to care.
Our April list includes predictors of fracture risk, endocrine-disrupting chemicals, and CV effects of thyroid dysfunction.
This study is the first retrospective, long-term analysis of metformin as adjuvant therapy to insulin in patients with T1DM.
A meta-analysis compared the renal side effects of SGLT2 inhibitors in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Under what circumstances may fructosamine levels be useful in monitoring glucose control?
The health effects of sedentary behavior, such as screen time, include adiposity & T2DM risk in adults. How does screen time affect children?
A study compared mortality and major adverse cardiovascular events in patients with type 2 diabetes prescribed metformin or insulin.
Our April list includes CV events with DPP-4 or SGLT2 inhibitors vs. insulin, and impact of obesity on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and thyroid function.
When someone in the hospital needs to see a specialist, particularly a specialty where there are so few of us, I don’t understand how one can just refuse.
Do low-risk CVD patients with T2DM experience the same significantly lower all-cause and CV mortality seen in high-risk patients?
Could corticosteroid use put your patients at a greater risk of metabolic syndrome?