A1C is a useful but imperfect tool for diagnosis of diabetes, because test responses vary considerably across ethnic and racial populations. Read more
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Randie R. Little, PhD, explains what health care professionals need to know about factors that can interfere with A1C test results. 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
NIH-funded study shows new system better controls blood glucose than current technology. Read more
Learn how the nation’s big-data health research program will enable you to provide more targeted care to your patients. Read more
As a health care professional, are you thinking about the interplay between diabetes and cancer? Read more
Results from three newly published NIDDK-funded studies—TrialNet, RISE, and Teen-LABS—reveal findings about youth and diabetes. Read more
NIDDK researchers report results of the first randomized, controlled research on the effect of ultra-processed foods on energy intake and weight gain. Read more
Findings from a national survey reveal that we are seeing some improvements in diabetes awareness and knowledge, but more work is needed to improve diabetes-related health care and education. Read more
Help promote clinical trial enrollment by sharing this new video with your patients. Read more
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