type 2 diabetes

Late Menopause May Link to Reduced Risk of DiabetesA prospective study found a reduced risk of developing diabetes in women the later they entered menopause.
Game-changing hep B vaccine gets FDA nodThe first 2-dose hepatitis B vaccine, which was recently approved by FDA, is expected to be commercially available in early 2018.
FDA okays unique injectable for type 2 diabeticsFDA approved a new once-weekly, single-dose autoinjector device to improve glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes.
New diabetes drug set to rival TrulicityIf it is approved by FDA, an investigational drug to improve glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes will likely be a strong competitor to Eli Lilly’s dulaglutide (Trulicity).
Five technologies to transform healthcareFive healthcare tech trends that will make chronic care management a part of patients’ daily lives.
Blockbuster diabetes drug earns heart indication
Blockbuster diabetes drug earns heart indicationA top-selling diabetes drug has gained a cardiovascular indication from FDA.
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.
What do patients value in healthcare?National surveys from Public Agenda, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, examine public perceptions of quality in diabetes care, joint replacement and maternity care.
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.
How diabetes is linked to gut bacteriaGiven this abundance of nonhuman species living on and within our bodies, it is not surprising that there is a link between specific bacteria to systemic and ocular disease—including diabetes and diabetes-related eye disease.