A new study has found that the link between subclinical hypothyroidism and metabolic syndrome is only present in type 2 diabetes.
Low serum estradiol found to have a causal effect on bone mineral density and fracture risk in men vs low testosterone, according to a new study.
Can weight loss alone be the key to the reversal of type 2 diabetes? A new study sheds some light.
Even though my practice partner and I are perfectly fine together and have been for years, I wonder now and then if we should hire. Still wondering.
Growth hormone replacement therapy in adults is effective, but not risk-free. Find out what you know about the good vs not-so-good.
The novel long-acting recombinant human growth hormone may lower number of growth hormone treatments from daily to 2 times per month.
Male thyroid cancer survivors are at a 50% increased risk for developing heart disease vs women, according to one of the first studies of its kind.
Authors of a new study devised a new algorithm that can help physicians identify and manage diabetic patients at increased fracture risk.
How will the newly proposed Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services fee schedule impact your practice? One physician explains.
Highlights include obstructive sleep apnea as a factor for T2DM; a test that distinguishes between T1DM and T2DM; and missed opportunities in diabetes prevention.