Three new studies provide evidence to help convince your patients about the importance of healthy eating.
Tachy-brady Syndrome in an 85-Year-Old Woman
Tachy-brady syndrome can be a particular management challenge in an elderly patient. How would you manage Mrs Robertson?
Atrial Fibrillation and Sick Sinus Syndrome: A Clinical Catch-22
Concurrence of AF and SSS is common in older patients and presents a treatment conundrum. Can you balance safety and efficacy in this patient?
Adult Vaccination Part II. Older Adults
Intensive Program Extends Lifespan in T2D Patients
Results unequivocally support early, aggressive, and sustained risk factor control in patients with complicated type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes Disparities and Differences
Wild variations in treatment success and how T2D differs in youth and adults top the diabetes news. Click inside for highlights.
New Diabetes Drugs May Also Improve Kidney Health
The renal protective effects seen with the SGLT2 inhibitor canogliflizin may be independent of glycemic control, suggest authors of a new post-hoc analysis.
Coping with Advanced Diabetic Retinopathy Leads to Depression
Authors of a new study note that a simple self-report question about mental health history in patients with ADR may lead to important intervention.
Study Finds Diabetes a Risk Factor for Excess Antibiotic Use
A large Danish study compared community antibiotic use and hospital-treated infections between people with and without type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes, Obesity, and Weight Loss: An Update
New findings and guidelines translate into better awareness, understanding, and clinical decision making.
A Diabetes and Diet Update: 4 New Studies
This short slideshow highlights four new studies on eating habits that demonstrate how diet may affect patients’ health.
Diabetes Update: 4 New Studies
Recent research reveals how social media can help young patients avoid disease complications, how EHRs may ID patients for screening, and other findings.
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