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Study suggests less frequent retinopathy screening in low-risk ...

Researchers modeled the effects of individualizing screening based on current retinal status and mean glycated hemoglobin level, finding that the overall ...

Diabetes Collaborative Registry seeks primary care ...

ACP has partnered with the American College of Cardiology to participate in the Diabetes Collaborative Registry, a national clinical diabetes registry ...

Task Force recommends screening for type 2 diabetes in ...

The US Preventive Services Task Force now recommends screening for abnormal blood glucose as part of cardiovascular risk assessment in overweight ...

Antihypertensives associated with worse outcomes in diabetic ...

Blood pressure treatment goals should be less aggressive in people with diabetes than without diabetes, study authors said, because if systolic blood ...

Analysis finds several treatments for painful diabetic ...

A large meta-analysis recently compared the effectiveness of pharmacological treatments for painful diabetic neuropathy.

Preoperative factors may help predict long-term weight ...

Only 3 factors were associated with greater long-term weight loss: preoperative insulin use, history of smoking, and use of 12 or more medications before ...

Task Force releases systematic review about diabetes ...

A systematic evidence review by the US Preventive Services Task Force suggests that screening asymptomatic adults for elevated glucose levels could ...

GLP-1 agonist plus basal insulin beat other diabetes treatment ...

Patients on combination treatment with a glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor (GLP-1) agonist and basal insulin had better HbA1c values, less weight gain ...

Ischemic heart disease linked to worse prognosis in heart ...

Mortality risk was highest in patients who had both type 2 diabetes and ischemic heart disease and had not had previous revascularization.

Physician volume linked to diabetes care quality, study finds ...

The researchers found that higher ambulatory volume overall was associated with lower rates of appropriate eye exams, HbA1c testing, and LDL cholesterol ...

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