NIH-funded researchers complete first study comparing commonly used type 2 diabetes medications. Read more
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Complications of posttransplant diabetes mellitus can develop quickly, but appropriate management may prevent them. Read more
What should diabetes health care professionals consider when treating patients who have sickle cell trait or disease? Read more
Weight loss can prevent, delay, or reverse type 2 diabetes, but it can be very hard to achieve and maintain. That’s why the approval of semaglutide to treat obesity is causing such excitement. Read more
An international consensus group has recommended clinical targets to help health care professionals and patients use continuous glucose monitoring data to guide managing diabetes. Read more
A1C is a useful but imperfect tool for diagnosis of diabetes, because test responses vary considerably across ethnic and racial populations. Read more
Randie R. Little, PhD, explains what health care professionals need to know about factors that can interfere with A1C test results. Read more
What are the key issues that health care professionals should understand when interpreting hemoglobin A1C assays? Read more
Learn about research that may help reduce opioid use and maintain quality of life for patients with kidney failure who require hemodialysis. Read more
What are the biggest challenges health care professionals face when caring for older adults with diabetes? Read more
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