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The 'them' in 'us'

It is indeed now clear this influence pertains powerfully to the risk of such conditions as obesity and diabetes. ... There was very little obesity or type 2 diabetes 100 years ago, and virtually none in children.
February 2020

Bringing medicine to the streets

O’Connell. At the same time, the homeless population experiences the full spectrum of bread-and-butter internal medicine problems, such as diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,
July 2019

Telemedicine connects remote areas with care

A large part of her work is follow-up for chronic conditions like diabetes or hypertension, but she also does general primary care.
April 2008

Warnings on testosterone, new antibiotic approved

A label change on multi-dose diabetes pen devices warning against sharing the devices, which are intended for single patient use only.
May 2015

Taking the leap forward to precision medicine

While the emphasis of precision medicine is now on cancer research and treatment because cancer is inherently genetic, future research will look at diabetes and heart disease as well. ... Instead of treating type 2 diabetes as a single disease, eventual
September 2015

Brain food

Cardiac disease, diabetes and hypertension also declined as cups of coffee went up.
February 2020

What's the big deal?

It's a pet peeve of mine how little attention the relationship between carbs and blood sugar gets in diabetes care recommendations.
February 2020

Volunteer internists help to rebuild Haiti

Dr. Close, who normally cares for patients with diabetes and other chronic diseases, said the influx also caused “collateral damage” by pushing aside patients who weren't injured in the disaster.
May 2010

What's new in ACP Hospitalist

Assessing the Net Value of Health Care for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes, 1997-2005. ... ACP Summer Session was a two-day CME event that covered key topics and management strategies in the areas of cardiology, diabetes, pulmonary diseases, and
September 2009

Feeding nutrition into your practice

1 risk factor for premature death, according to the report. And in primary care, the consequences of poor nutrition chronically manifest as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia. ... The Diabetes Prevention Program study documents,
January 2017

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