Any type 2 diabetic is eventually going to need oral medications, and some on oral medications may eventually progress to needing insulin. The regimens are complex and vary from patient to patient. Learn how to individually tailor such decisions.
QD: News Every Day--10 areas of diabetes research to highlight for the next 10 years : ACP Internist
A new strategic plan to guide diabetes-related research over the next decade identifies 10 broad areas with the greatest potential to help ...
The danger of diabetes is not only the immediate risk of very high blood sugar. Diabetes also has many dreaded long-term complications. (In ...
People diagnosed with diabetes are facing a hefty price tag associated for care, and a new study highlighted exactly how much by age and gen...
I spent today at an Internal Medicine 2009 precourse on diabetes and picked up a lot of miscellaneous interesting info, particularly during ...
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ACP and other professional medical societies disagree on a proper target for the long-term benefits of glucose control.
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QD: News Every Day--Worst-case scenario projects one-third of adults will have diabetes by 2050 : ACP Internist
As much as a third of the U.S. population could have diabetes by 2050, much of it related to poor lifestyle, the Centers for Disease Control...
Death rates among diabetic mean and women declined substantially between 1997 and 2006, particularly among excess death due to the disease, ...