The risk of type 2 diabetes is increased by 10% with each increased serving of white rice and the trend strongest in Asian populations that ...
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It's critical to spend time talking to patients about their history, check for red flags that could identify the etiology, and encourage patients not to stay bedridden.
On the heels of a study that found pre-pregnancy diabetes increases the risk for birth defects, the NIDDK is giving away a patient guide: "F...
Learn 10 guiding principles for the care of people with or at risk for diabetes.
About 20 million Americans currently have type 2 diabetes, three times more than in 1980. Diabetes is a major risk factor for stroke and hea...
Just as diabetes is affecting younger populations, so are its consequences. Childhood obesity can translate into diabetic retinopathy in patients in their 20s, which requires a response from the primary care community.
Color-coding of disease awareness has become pretty standard--we all know about red dresses for heart disease and the ACP building was bathe...
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Diabetes self-management education is cost-efficient and can improve A1c levels “far greater” than the effect required to approve a new drug for the disease. Smartphones, health coaches and educators are part of the new paradigm to help patients.
The evidence of an association between women with big waists and the onset of diabetes got a little bit more solid, thanks to a study of mor...