Data from the DPP Outcomes Study reveal a greater than 25% increase in risk for diabetes in this already vulnerable population.
A new meta-analysis finds that routine intake of artificial sweeteners is linked to the opposite of the intended effect.
True or false: Between 1999-2004 and 2005-2010, cancer replaced CV/CHD as leading cause of death in T2D.
The 2017 lipid management guidelines have met both accolades and controversy. Take our quick quiz on the updates.
High HbA1c levels after the percutaneous cardiovascular intervention may help identify patients at long-term risk for adverse CV events.
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Results of a new study are significant since asymptomatic, aggressive heart disease is the most common cause of death in patients with diabetes.
Low total serum testosterone was independently associated with greater carotid intima media thickening and endothelial dysfunction but not with atherosclerotic plaques.
Not all patients who meet indications for statin therapy are at equal risk for the development of diabetes. What would you tell this 58-year-old man who just learned he’s a candidate for a high-potency formulation?