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David L. Joffe, BSPharm, CDE, FACA

David L. Joffe, BSPharm, CDE, FACA

(Editor-in-Chief Diabetes In Control) A graduate of University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, he has practiced in the Tampa Bay area since 1986, has been providing diabetes and cardiovascular care in Tampa Bay since 1995, and spent 2 years as an Eckerd Patient Care Pharmacist managing over 100 diabetes patients. Dave currently sees patients in over 30 primary care and endocrinologists offices.

January 16, 2016

I was traveling this past week and it seemed that almost every person was wearing some kind of fitness tracking device. As I was going through the Atlanta airport, I watched people checking their devices and commenting on their steps while they were walking underground between terminals. When I sat on the plane, …

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It has been a few years since Dr. Steven Nissan shook the diabetes world apart with his scathing review of the TZDs, pioglitazone and rosiglitizone. Many professionals blame him for the demise of rosiglitizone and the almost-death of pioglitazone, because of his comments on heart problems caused by the class …

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January 9, 2016

This week CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is in full swing in Las Vegas. There are over 180,000 attendees, and over the next four days they will look at more than 10,000 displays of products for home, auto, industrial and personal use. When we were there 3 years ago there was one …

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For thousands of years humans had to adapt to their conditions. We were affected by heat and cold, severe weather events, and times of feast or famine. We became good at adapting to our environments, and our bodies learned mechanisms to carry us through almost any condition. During these millennia …

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January 2, 2016

Happy New Year! Now that the last leftovers of the holidays are gone and the last big party of the season is over, our patients will make resolutions to eat better, lose weight, exercise more and lower their A1c’s. There will be at least 100 new commercials, YouTube videos, and …

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When you look at the history of diabetes medication development, it appears every new class of drugs is based on finding a part of the body that is failing or malfunctioning, and then finding a way to rectify it. Insulin came first because that was missing in type one patients. …

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As we finish up the holiday season and everyone gets ready to set their New Year’s resolutions, there is no doubt that this is the most stressful time of the year. Many of our patients seem to have their worst control around the holidays. This is usually 100% blamed on …

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There is nothing better than looking back at all the articles for the past year and seeing what you, our readers, liked best. This past year, with the help of our great staff and over 40 PharmD candidates, we were able to deliver more than 1,400 articles, facts, interviews, slide …

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Happy holidays to every one of you this week, and hope you have some time to enjoy the season. Oftentimes we assume that our patients who are involved with healthcare take good care of themselves, and know exactly what they are doing, However, as we see in this week’s diabetes …

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December 19, 2015

This time of the year always causes Steve and me to reflect on how lucky we are to be able to have been part of you and your patients’ lives for over 16 years. We are thankful to those of you who supported us when we were 2 pharmacists sharing our …

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