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Spend not, want not--even for type 2 diabetes : ACP Internist

Multi-drug regimens for diabetes acknowledge the inevitable progression of the disease, and drug regimens need to consider not only target g...

Disconnect between technologists and the real world of frontline medicine : ACP Internist

I attended a health care networking meeting in a Boston suburb. The room was filled with interesting folk from a number of different backgro...

Latest diabetes drugs have a learning curve | ACP Internist

The onus is on internists to understand the newer classes of incretins such as sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitors and dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitors. They hold promise for better treatments, but they are new and not as well

Listen : ACP Internist

“Wait. When did you say you started that medication?” “Two weeks ago.” “And when did you say you started having those symptoms?” “Uh … about...

The youth code : ACP Internist

“We think it's a really good idea for us to go ahead and get you on blood pressure medicine. As a matter of fact, this particular medication...

Endo '08: Hypoglycemia in diabetes : ACP Internist

A session on "Innovative Strategies for Prevention and Treatment of Hypoglycemia in Diabetes," by Stephen Davis, MD, was so packed that ther...

Debating and dining over diabetes : ACP Internist

There's something kind of evil about a conference that offers you delicious chocolate chunk brownies and statistics like "51% of Americans' ...

Diabetes debates defy easy resolution | ACP Internist

An ever-changing knowledge base without clear consensus makes diabetes management especially challenging.

Mediterranean diet trumps low-fat diet for diabetes management : ACP Internist

Researchers compared the effects of a Mediterranean-style diet versus a typical low-fat diet for diabetes management in one of the longest-t...

QD: News Every Day--Early, aggressive treatment of pre-diabetes is best : ACP Internist

People with pre-diabetes who can normalize their blood sugars, even temporarily, are less likely to develop full-blown diabetes, a study fou...

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