Painful Diabetic Neuropathy Treatment: A Guideline Topline
January 24, 2022

The American Academy of Neurology recently issued a guideline on oral and topical treatments for painful diabetic neuropathy. Here, a concise summary for clinicians.

Blood Glucose Down, Insulin Sensitivity Up with 10 Minutes of Moderate-intensity Stair Stepping
January 20, 2022

Glucose and insulin levels decreased after just 3 minutes of the moderate-intensity exercise, a promising finding for those with type 2 diabetes, say authors of a new study.

Less than 1 in 5 US Adults Meeting Heart Health Goals, According to AHA Scientific Statement
January 17, 2022

Available therapies combined with new approaches that address social determinants of health and other barriers to care can help, suggests new statement.

Obesity Expert Highlights 2021 Research Success, Looks to 2022 and Beyond
January 17, 2022

WATCH: The FDA approval of semaglutide 2.4 mg for adults with obesity was "by far the big event in 2021," said Donna Ryan, MD. More from our look back/look ahead interview, here.

American Diabetes Association Publishes Standards of Medical Care for 2022
January 04, 2022

The ADA's annual update to its comprehensive evidence-based standards includes new guidance on diabetes screening, first-line therapies, and comorbid NAFLD/NASH.

Current Advances in Continuous Glucose Monitoring Technology
January 03, 2022

CGMs have revolutionized diabetes management for patients and healthcare providers alike. This slide show summarizes the most recent enhancements.

12 Drugs Approved for Primary Care in 2021
December 08, 2021

Get a quick look at 12 of the many FDA-approved drugs in 2021 for conditions commonly seen in primary care.

DIABETES: 2021 Clinical Focus Collection
December 03, 2021

ADA 2021 Scientific Sessions recap, tests of clinical knowledge, expert interviews, and more in this roundup from Patient Care Online.

In Adults with T2D, Low-energy Diets with Meal Replacement Most Effective for Weight Loss, Remission
November 22, 2021

Weight loss and disease remission in T2D may differ between patients regardless of type of diet regimen chosen, say authors of a new analysis.

Statin Use Associated with Diabetes Progression, Suggests New Retrospective Cohort Study
October 06, 2021

Among patients with diabetes, over 50% of statin users experienced diabetes progression vs 48% of non-statin users, according to a retrospective matched-cohort study.