An ever-changing knowledge base without clear consensus makes diabetes management especially challenging. ... The typical strategy for reducing diabetes complications—good glucose control—seems not to apply in bone health.
Dads, dudes, diabetes and duty. I am, and have long been, on the masthead at Men's Health magazine as an editorial advisor, with contributions focused principally on weight control. ... The spread of Type 2 diabetes among children is already yesterday's
Albiglutide (Tanzeum) to treat type 2 diabetes in adults, along with diet and exercise. ... treat type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis, or as a first-line therapy.
We know that children now get Type 2 diabetes, while a generation ago it was called "adult onset" diabetes, because the condition in children was essentially unheard of. ... In an age of epidemic obesity and diabetes, chefs can shoulder the
A summary of approvals, recalls, warnings and alerts digested by ACP Internist from the Food and Drug Administration's alerts.
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. ... As part of managing diabetes therapy in their practice, internists
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. ... control in adults with type 2 diabetes, along with diet and exercise.
The Closing the Gap project began by collecting data on the practices' diabetes-related procedures and patients. ... The overwhelming response led to its reprinting for phase II of the Diabetes Initiative.
well as lost more weight and experienced larger reductions in diabetes medication use. ... How do we define cure of diabetes? Diabetes Care. 2009;32:2133-5. [PMID: 19875608] doi:10.2337/dc09-9036.
The question is whether and when the process is worthwhile for patients with relatively uncomplicated type 2 diabetes. ... Another issue that crosses socioeconomic boundaries, particularly among patients with diabetes, is depression.