Highlights include a link between migraines and T2DM risk in women; fasting-evoked hypoglycemia being overlooked; and how gut microbiome influences the metabolism of diabetes drugs.
Will SGLT2 inhibitor canagliflozin prove renoprotective in T2DM patients? CANVAS study authors sought to find out.
Three new studies from Obesity Week 2018 highlight non-surgical weight loss strategies for obese patients.
A new study found that elevated free thyroxine within the upper range of normal may increase risk of AF; is may be time to redefine what is "safe" when treating hypothyroidism.
Three new studies from Obesity Week 2018 offered highlights of different surgical interventions for obese patients.
True or false? Clinicians should use 2 growth hormone stimulation tests to diagnose patients suspected of idiopathic AGHD. Answer plus 5 more.
Adult growth hormone deficiency treatment is safe and effective, but who is tracking the social and economic impact, reviewers ask?
Highlights include an online diabetes prevention program; sweetened drinks pose greater diabetes risk; and the link between night shifts and T2DM.
What is the classic triad of symptoms that can be considered pathognomonic for pheochromocytoma? Answer and 4 more questions in this short test.
Contrary to current guideline recommendations, a new review argues against routine coeliac disease screening for osteoporosis patients.
Authors of a new study have found that widespread use of ultrasound increases the diagnosis of low-risk thyroid cancers and may lead to harm following thyroid surgery.
A new meta-analysis found no improvement in symptoms or in quality of life among more than 2000 participants treated for subclinical disease.
The updated staging system results in 36% of patients being reclassified to a lower stage, reducing overdiagnosis.
Try this short quiz on the first update to the Endocrine Society practice guideline on hirsutism since 2008.
Find out what you know about the facts and some emerging evidence.