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Health care professionals can support patient health by sharing tools and strategies to reduce stress. 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
Learn about a free service that links trusted health information from the NIH to EHR and other health IT systems. Read more
Learn about recent research on popular diets and how to advise patients with and without diabetes about consuming healthier foods and beverages. Read more
Learn about addressing the emotional side of living with diabetes as part of comprehensive diabetes care. Read more
The approach to obesity management in people with diabetes can be much more challenging because of metabolic changes. Read more
Diabetes prevention and timely intervention are important in the primary care setting. Read more
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