The Revised Cholesterol Guidelines
What about those patients who fall into the "gray zone"?
Diabetes Care: How to Close the Gap Between Where We Are and Where We Could Be
Here: 3 strategies that can help fuel the patient's drive to change.
When Pharmacists Go out of Bounds
Was this pharmacist out of bounds? You make the call.
Can we borrow elements of gaming apps to help patients better engage with their diabetes?
Subclinical Hypothyroidism: Current Controversies
Two recent studies raise questions about diagnosis and treatment. Where do you stand on the debate?
If it Quacks like a Duck, Tell the Patient it's a Duck
The words we use as clinicians to describe illness to our patients should be precise, the meaning unequivocal. Our blogger shares a case in point.
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: Update on Screening
How do you screen for gestational diabetes? Our blogger reviews the one- and two-step strategies.
Is Recertification Worth It?
Over the past few years, there has been much discussion about needed changes in how internists maintain their ABIM certification.
Fructosamine: a Potentially Useful Surrogate
Under what circumstances may fructosamine levels be useful in monitoring glucose control?
The Uninsured, Hospitalized Patient
When someone in the hospital needs to see a specialist, particularly a specialty where there are so few of us, I don’t understand how one can just refuse.