Detecting and Diagnosing Gestational Diabetes | Feature

New criteria for diagnosing gestational diabetes are expected to significantly increase the reported prevalence of the disease, but should also increase awareness about those at risk and the need to optimize outcomes for women and their babies.

Overweight Teens Often Missed by Preventive Care | Medical Blog

Despite the well-documented rise in pediatric obesity, University of California, San Francisco researchers report in Pediatrics that overweight teenagers do not appear to be receiving the preventive

Physical Activity Recommendations for Patients With Diabetes | Feature

The American College of Sports Medicine and American Diabetes Association have released a joint position statement for exercise in the management of patients with type 2 diabetes. Adhering to the recommendations may help providers prevent or manage diabetes and prediabetes, improve overall health, and boost quality of life.

The Diabetes Type 3 Enigma: Can Alzheimer’s Drug Help? | Medical Blog

Diabetes Type 3—a “brain specific” disease—is far from understood and very much uncharted territory in the medical community. Diagnosis and treatment strategies remain in the early stages,

An Update on Adjuvant Endocrine Therapy for Breast Cancer | Feature

Recently updated guidelines recommend that all postmenopausal women with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer use an aromatase inhibitor either alone or before or after tamoxifen to reduce the risk of recurrence.

Helpful Guidelines for Heart Health in Diabetes | Feature

A new position statement released by the American College of Cardiology Foundation, the American Diabetes Association, and the American Heart Association recommends that fewer patients with diabetes at risk for cardiovascular disease take low-dose aspirin than was previously recommended.

Setting the Stage for Good Nutrition in Diabetes | Feature

Patients with pre-diabetes or diabetes should receive individualized medical nutrition

Preventing Diabetes Complications to Improve Outcomes | Opinion Article

More than 84 million people in America have diabetes or are on the verge of getting it, and 90% of these people have type 2 diabetes. Between

Preventing Diabetes Complications Improves Outcomes | Opinion Article

A recent survey found that more than 80% of physicians believe that a team of specialists designated to help in the early stages of type 2 diabetes

Effective Approaches to Managing Newly Diagnosed Diabetes Patients | Feature

Patients who learn that they have type 2 diabetes may find the news difficult to take. However, encouraging patients to learn about their disease and giving them the tools they need to manage it are important steps toward enabling them to feel better and live longer, healthier lives.

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