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Dec. 31, 2016

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The bowl games have already started, the new year has been rung in, and now it is time to get back to work and help our patients. The top 4 teams in college football are paired up for the NCAA Football championship, and one of them will definitely be proclaimed ...

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Useful Features

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Which of these Diabetes in Control features are you most likely to read/use? 1. Exclusive interviews 2. Textbook excerpts 3. New products 4. New mobile apps 5. Clinical presentations 6. I read/use them all Follow the link to share your response!

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Dec. 27, 2016

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When we publish clinical information most of the time it is a study where the parameters are closely controlled. This means that often the human factor is not included in the results. These human factors could be as simple as missing a dose, but even more likely these problems are ...

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Dec. 24, 2016

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Over the past year we have provided you with over 850 articles, interviews, best products, snippets of knowledge, tests of knowledge, and educational videos. Each and every week our staff looks over the latest and greatest in diabetes care, and we select what we think you will be most interested ...

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DIC Content

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What types of Diabetes in Control content do you find most valuable? 1. Information about new studies and treatments 2. Expert opinions/insights (interviews or guest articles) 3. News from conferences (ADA, AACE, etc.) 4. Case studies/personal accounts (for example, Disasters Averted) 5. Other Follow the link to share your response.

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Dec. 20, 2016

Happy Holidays from all of us here at Diabetes In Control. Dr. Jeffrey Mechanick, from the  Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, NY, was chosen president of the American College of Endocrinology this past year and played a big role in new Joint A1c recommendations. He has been chatting ...

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Winter Highs

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Female, 20 years of age, type 2 diabetes, is obese with anxiety disorder, untoward response to several classes of agents. Reports eating lower carbs since last seen. During the warm weather, random glucose levels and A1C were near normal. Today is a cold winter day. Random glucose 188mg/dl.

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