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Is the FDA unKIND?

Walnut consumption is associated with lower risk of type 2 diabetes in women. ... Nut and peanut butter consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes in women.
October 2019

Sports internists treat players as patients

Athletes play with a surprising range of chronic conditions, including type 1 diabetes, osteoporosis and sickle cell trait.
October 2011

Guiding clinicians through GI diagnoses

He recommended that physicians encourage their patients to maintain healthy weight through diet and exercise to avoid NAFLD just as they would to prevent diabetes. ... These patients were likely to be on aspirin-anticoagulant-antiplatelet therapy for a
September 2009

Drawing lines

Drawing lines. Envision a scenario: Milt is 87. Over the years he's developed diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, lumbago (back pain), hearing loss, too many moles to count, and high
October 2019

Polypill gets approval, fenofibric acid gets label change

A fixed-dose combination pill of sitagliptin and simvastatin (Juvisync). The first product to combine a type 2 diabetes drug and a statin, it is currently available in dosage strengths for ... Prescribing information for the drug informs doctors of the
January 2012

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.
October 2019

Birds of a feather

This guy's real focus, though, seems to be peripheral neuropathy, an often-painful condition seen in diabetes and other disorders. ... Much of the treatment of neuropathy is the treatment of the underlying disorder, such as diabetes.
October 2019

New heart disease test, drugs for flu, weight management

Efficacy is based on a trial of patients without diabetes showing an average weight loss of 4.5% from baseline, with 62% of treated patients losing at least 5% of their
March 2015

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

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

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