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Diabetes Discoveries & Practice Blog
Social determinants of health are the primary contributors to unfair and avoidable differences in health status, including risk for developing diabetes and diabetes complications. Read more
Studies have shown that significant weight loss, through either metabolic (also known as bariatric) surgery or calorie restriction, may lead to remission in some people who have type 2 diabetes. Read more
Additional highlights from NIDDK research that are shaping scientific advances of the future. Read more
Health care professionals can support patient health by sharing tools and strategies to reduce stress. Read more
Health care professionals should take steps to manage their stress, to prevent it from adversely affecting work performance, emotional wellbeing, and health. Read more
The new system is a major step in improving the quality of life and disease management in children as young as age 6 who have type 1 diabetes. Read more
People with diabetes may wish to fast for dietary, medical, or religious reasons. Advance planning with a health care professional may reduce complications. Read more
It’s vital that people who have kidney disease are prepared for disaster situations that may interrupt their normal routine. Read more
You work with your patients for the day-to-day management of their diabetes. But do they know what to do in a disaster? Read more
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