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‘Goldilocks' goal for diabetes and CKD | ACP Internist

Managing kidney disease in diabetes requires meeting individualized parameters and balancing risks in nephrology and cardiology. Learn whether more aggressive treatment is warranted in this population.

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Diabetes lessons : ACP Internist

As doctors, sometimes the biggest lessons that we learn about disease pathology are those that we learn from the people that have that disea...

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A diabetes therapy from the future : ACP Internist

Rather than putting patients with type 2 diabetes through the pain and risk of gastric bypass, physicians may soon be lining diabetic intest...

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A collection of diabetes tidbits : ACP Internist

I spent today at an Internal Medicine 2009 precourse on diabetes and picked up a lot of miscellaneous interesting info, particularly during ...

QD: News Every Day--Diabetes' rising prevalence driving increased costs of care : ACP Internist

The cost of diagnosed diabetes rose to $245 billion in 2012 from $174 billion in 2007, a 41% increase, reported the American Diabetes Associ...

QD: News Every Day--Diabetes rates growing fastest in South, Appalachia : ACP Internist

Diabetes rates grew fastest in the American South and Appalachian states, nearing a 10% growth compared to about or slightly less than 7.5% ...

3 common drugs associated with reduced risk of hospitalization and harm in serious mental illness | ACP Internist Weekly | ACP Internist

Statins, calcium-channel blockers, and metformin are globally licensed, commonly used, inexpensive, and relatively safe, and therefore “ideal candidates for repurposing” for mental illness, the study authors wrote.

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