diabetes

Report sheds light on regional diabetes prevalence, costA new report by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association has eye-opening findings about diabetes prevalence, severity and cost.
Do antibiotics increase risk of major congenital malformations?A study looks at the suspected association between certain antibiotics and the risk of major congenital malformations. Plus: A look at the impact that diet may have on the rate of cesareans.
Why children with diabetes are at risk for disordered eatingPatients with diabetes are at risk for developing inappropriate relationships with food, according to new research, highlighting the need for healthcare providers to provide more psychosocial support to this population.
Why the periphery matters in DR progression
Why the periphery matters in DR progressionDiabetic retinopathy (DR) in patients is a common finding in optometric practices. When we grade the level of retinopathy, we often do so with findings of the Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy Study (ETDRS)in mind.
Popular insulin meets target in real-world studyNovo Nordisk’s DEVOTE study reveals interesting findings.
How to make diabetes control easier for patientsA real-world study of type 2 diabetes patients by Milliman has surprising findings on glycemic control and diabetes medication adherence.
Pharmaceutical pipeline: Top 4 conditions to watch
Pharmaceutical pipeline: Top 4 conditions to watchAlthough drug spend is increasing for inflammatory conditions, diabetes, and oncology, there are some promising developments in the pipeline.
How Diabetic Kids and Teens Can Improve Quality of LifeGood glucose control can help children and teens with type 1 diabetes boost their quality of life.
Pharmacist Intervention Improves Diabetes Drug TrialsInterventions by pharmacists can help improve the results of diabetes clinical trials.
Why you need to pay attention to precision medicineDigital health pioneer Eric Topol talks about plans for a four-year precision medicine study at AHIP 2017.