Patients with T2DM who fasted 2 days a week had weight loss and metabolic outcomes similar to patients who followed a daily kcal-restricted diet.
Diabetes Type 2
Antipsychotic medications may not cause type 2 diabetes but a new review find the drugs may accelerate development of the disease. How can you protect your patients?
Fasting sounds like a bad idea for anyone with type 2 diabetes and especially bad for someone taking antihyperglycemic drugs. But, is it really?
The ability to monitor glucose levels quite literally with the blink of an eye has gotten one step closer to clinical application. Get a quick review.
The influenza virus can be debilitating for your diabetes patients for many reasons. Here are some tips to help you help them stay safe this year.
Increased risk for CV events and severe hypoglycemia in T2D patients treated with β-blockers seems reason enough to rethink this Rx.
One theory is that metformin taken during insulin treatment impacts energy intake and so supports weight loss. A quick look at a new study suggests something else.
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Is GLP-1 part of the answer to why cardiac mortality tends to be higher in diabetes patients treated with intensive glycemic control?
Five studies on the impact of diabetes drugs on CV outcomes get the editors' nod for the most promising results in 2017 diabetes research. Find out which 5!