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Managing diabetes meds more complicated in elderly patients | ACP Internist

This issue covers topics including management of diabetes in the elderly, the public release of Medicare payments to physicians, and new approaches to antivirals as flu season begins.

Warnings on power cords, asthma drugs, diabetes supplies | ACP Internist

A summary of approvals, recalls, warnings and alerts digested by ACP Internist from the Food and Drug Administration's alerts.

Diet, diabetes and Paula Deen: Southern fried comfort gone awry : ACP Internist

I needn't belabor the news that Paula Deen, a celebrity chef on TV (that was news to me; nobody tells me anything) "came out" with her Type ...

New drugs for diabetes, secondary prevention of CV events | ACP Internist

This update covers approval of a new drug to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus, along with diet and exercise, and of a drug to reduce risk of heart attack, stroke, cardiovascular death, and need for revascularization in patients with a previous heart

Warfarin recalled, type 2 diabetes drug approved | ACP Internist

Recalls, warnings, and approvals.

Dads, dudes, diabetes and duty : ACP Internist

I am, and have long been, on the masthead at Men's Health magazine as an editorial advisor, with contributions focused principally on weigh...

Zolpidem dose for women lowered, diabetes drug approved | ACP Internist

This regulatory update covers warnings to lower zolpidem doses in women and approvals for a new drug to improve blood glucose control in adults with type 2 diabetes.

Diabetes project narrows gap between theory and practice | ACP Internist

Following a successful first phase, the College's diabetes programs reach out to a wider audience of members, residents and patients.

Diabetes remission through diet may be doable, with support | ACP Internist

Dietary interventions may be able to send type 2 diabetes into remission, and intensive lifestyle interventions with some help from modern technology means more patients may now have the support they need to accomplish this.

Is self-monitoring of blood glucose still needed for diabetes? | ACP Internist

Self-monitoring of blood glucose could become more of a targeted therapy than a blanket approach, with individual factors determining its value, experts say.

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