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In the United States asthma affects nearly 7 million children. Brush up on the core components of pediatric asthma care with this short slide show.
Results of the very few randomized controlled trials that look at how yoga affects symptoms of type 2 diabetes point to no ill but wide uptake of the practice is a stretch.
For the 30% of people with T2DM who are unable to achieve target A1C values through intensification of injected insulin therapy, a new study suggests the answer may be "yes."
Patients with NAFLD are at high risk for development of type 2 diabetes and those with diabetes may be at higher risk of dying from NALFD-associated chronic liver disease. Here, options for prevention and treatment.
A systematized, team-based approach to type 2 diabetes management really can reduce vascular complications. In this study, by the Geisinger Health System, it took just 3 years.
Conventional wisdom holds that eating more frequent and smaller meals is healthier than the traditional 3 squares. But, a new study finds that fewer and larger may be better for glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes.
An adaptive response to the glycosuria induced by the new SGLT2 inhibitor class of drugs would be expected. What has not been expected, though, is a response that appears paradoxical. A recent study highlights the duality and the net result.
A paw on the leg, a wet nose in the night—both have helped diabetes patients avoid the consequences of peaks and troughs in blood sugar. More on how the dogs do it, here.