Month: December 2011

Individualizing Comprehensive Diabetes Care

Patients with diabetes suffer from multiple comorbidities and complications and frequently experience decreased quality of life, as well as earlier mortality. About one-third of Americans have diabetes or prediabetes, according...

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Combating the Physician Shortage

The Association of American Medical Colleges estimates that we will face a shortage of up to 150,000 doctors in the United States about 15 years from now. Who will fill these positions down the road? More importantly—as the...

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Guidelines for Cerebral Venous Thrombosis

Cerebral venous thrombosis is caused by clots in the dural sinuses and/or cortical veins, and it accounts for 0.5% to 1.0% of all strokes. It disproportionally affects women who are pregnant or taking oral contraceptives and in...

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Managing Depression in Patients With Diabetes

The burden of diagnosed and undiagnosed depression in the United States is significant and well documented, but it can be even more severe for people living with diabetes. Research has shown that the chances of becoming...

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