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Adult Vaccination Part II. Older Adults
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.
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.
High BMI Tied to T2D, but Not to Heart Troubles
A Swedish study in twins has drawn criticism for limitations but the results reinforce the strong link between obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes Update: Smartphone Craze Not So Crazy
Brief slideshow summaries highlight Pokémon’s potential for diabetes prevention and other noteworthy study findings.
Are Expensive Diabetes Drugs Worth It?
The good news is that a few diabetes drugs now show valid cardioprotective benefits; the bad news is the drugs are unaffordable for many.
ADA: 'Boot Camp' Reins in Uncontrolled T2D
Results of the intensive 12-week intervention included a significant drop in healthcare utilization, missed work days, and A1c levels.
Diabetes, Obesity, and Weight Loss: An Update
New findings and guidelines translate into better awareness, understanding, and clinical decision making.
FDA on Metformin: OK in Some Patients with Reduced Kidney Function
FDA is requiring a class labeling change that will allow many more diabetes patients to benefit from metformin.
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.
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