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Dr. Aaron Vinik addresses the question of why so much current diabetes therapy is focused on loweri … more

Every time we talk to a patient newly diagnosed with diabetes we talk about the kidneys, the feet, a … more

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In this week’s Homerun Slides, Dr. Stanley Schwartz discusses the Adipocytokine Syndrome which h … more

A previous history of severe hypoglycemia is linked to increased death rates after a cardiovascular … more

Macrophages, a type of immune cell, were found invading pancreatic tissue during the early stages of … more

Free fatty acids may play an important role in the development of diabetes and cardiovascular diseas … more

Catheter-based procedure expected to decrease hormone responsible for appetite…

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Prescribers can consider cheaper drugs until further studies are done…
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Low-intensity home exercise program improves physical performance in dialysis patients…
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Prevention methods differ from standard stroke and myocardial infarction presentations in T2DM patie … more

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Researchers have discovered that a chemical compound commonly found in coffee may help prevent some … more

A new study found that diabetes patients who had sleep apnea lost kidney function more rapidly than … more

A new study from scientists at Penn State University shows that low-calorie sweeteners, when used in … more

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Patients with vitiligo found to have higher prevalence of diabetes and thyroid dysfunction…
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Penn Medicine study has implications for 100 top-selling US drugs, half of which target daily-oscill … more

Sixty-five percent of patients with type 2 diabetes showed no indication of diabetes two years after … more

The use of a discharge algorithm based on admission HbA1c results in lowered HbA1c levels….
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In answering a question on the status of cycloset as a glucose lowering drug, Dr. Aaron Vinik delve … more

This week, we wrap up our exclusive short interview series with NuSirt CEO, JC, in which he talks ab … more

Rudy Bilous, MD, FRCP
Richard Donnelly, MD, PHD, FRCP, FRACP
Diabetes and hypertension have been ter … more

In this week’s Homerun Slides, Dr. Stanley Schwartz talks about the Annual Cycle of Metabolism tha … more

Add-on of saxagliptin plus dapagliflozin shows greater improvements in glycemic control versus the u … more

Delayed diagnosis leading to high instances of DKA in children…
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Metabolic health, lack of other risk factors offer no added protection….
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Stress hormones prompt increase of glucose uptake….
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Decrease of pro-inflammatory agents can reduce beta cell death in new type 1s….
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Twice-daily regimen found to increase LDL, genital infections compared to benefits of once-daily reg … more

Primary care programs using three-pronged approach net high results with or without intervention by … more

Use over 10-year period also leads to cardiac events in type 2 patients using metformin monotherapy. … more

In a study, patients who consumed pistachios showed improvement in fasting glucose, insulin, and HOM … more

In a large population of obese individuals undergoing bariatric surgery, British researchers found t … more

Girls whose mothers were also overweight or obese had an even higher risk….
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Of the 1,174,018 people with diabetes, 63,620 (5.4%) were found to have undiagnosed diabetes. Wherev … more

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Medical conditions that may be linked to metabolic syndrome include:
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