Antipsychotics may accelerate the development of type 2 diabetes mellitus, according to a new study.
Why can it be difficult to get diabetes patients to an eye exam? One physician offers some insight.
How can we help our diabetes patients break out of the negative feedback loop and find positivity? Edward C. Chao, DO, shares 3 simple steps.
A bisphosphonate drug holiday linked to a 20% rise in hip fractures in older women, according to a new study.
Three new studies in diabetes include vitamin D deficiency; eliminating racial disparities in diabetes care; and the link between emotions and insulin resistance.
When your patient is also your neighbor it can get, well, awkward. That's why Melissa Young, MD, has shared her tips on how to handle seeing patients outside of the office.
How can less exercise yield better blood sugar and decrease risk of heart disease in diabetes patients? A new study has answers.
Follow-on biologics could reduce insulin therapy costs for diabetes patients, but how? This new study reveals.
Edward C. Chao, DO, says collaboration is the answer and offers three simple steps.
New study finds higher percentage of body fat is associated more with abnormal blood glucose in normal and overweight nondiabetic subjects.