Hypoglycemia unawareness is more common than previously thought and can lead to serious complications. Read more
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Do your patients know having diabetes increases their risk for kidney disease? Read more
Pharmacists can play an important role in helping patients with diabetes understand their medications and take them as prescribed. Read more
Learn about the benefits of group visits for patients with diabetes. Read more
Listening to what patients with diabetes think about their disease and medications can be an important starting point for helping them improve their blood glucose control. Read more
NIH-funded researchers complete first study comparing commonly used type 2 diabetes medications. Read more
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
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