Immediate, intensive treatment for newly diagnosed diabetes patients may be necessary to avoid irreversible long-term risk for diabetic complications and mortality, a new study shows.
A large population trial conducted in Bangladesh shows that community mobilization based on education and action may be an effective tool for preventing and controlling Type 2 diabetes.
A new genetic risk score for Type 1 diabetes could improve newborn screenings and allow for better classification of adult incident diabetes type.
Despite conflicting guidelines on how to treat hypothyroidism, U.S. physicians prescribe combination therapy more often than physicians around the world.
Advanced hepatitis C virus patients with HIV infection recover liver function with all-oral direct‐acting antivirals (DAA) therapy, study shows.
Current smokers with type 1 diabetes had higher A1c values and greater risk of microvascular complications compared with former and never smokers, according to results of a new study.
Authors of a new study found that patients who develop diabetes later in life have a higher risk of cardiovascular disease.
Is the number of CV health measures associated with similar risk reduction among patients with higher T2DM risk or lower risk? New study sheds light.
Have a quick look at 3 top mobile apps that can help your patients better manage a range of thyroid conditions.
Is DiaRem or Advanced DiaRem better for predicting diabetes remission post-bariatric surgery? Authors of a recent study sought to find out.
We see ~30 patients/day; some wait up to 90-days to be seen; many private endo practices are closed to new patients. The question is not overstated.
A new study found a strong link between high triglyceride levels and poor glucose control in T2DM patients who are taking insulin. Click through our slideshow to get more details.
Authors of a new study found that liraglutide lowers blood pressure, but which T2DM patients benefit most and how?
Take 5 with a quick quiz on a variety of diabetes treatment topics.
Which additional bone traits, besides bone mineral density, can be used to determine fracture risk? Authors of a new study sought to find out.