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How To Overcome The Complexities of Treatment Decisions For Your Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

Part 4: Using Computers to Determine Type 2 Treatment: The first three articles in this series focused on what makes treating type 2 diabetes so difficult: the overwhelming number of medicines and combinations; finding effective treatments that work with our patients' insurance coverage and household budgets; and incorporating factors beyond glucose control, such as body weight, adherence, and side effects, into our decisions. In this installment, we discuss how those problems can be represented in ways that computers can understand.

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Are You Getting Enough “SPA” Time?

By Sheri R. Colberg: Exploring the Benefits of Spontaneous Physical Activity

You’ve probably heard about the recent reports revealing just how dangerous it is to be sedentary. Simply sitting for too long at one time is now a recognized health hazard that everyone should be aware of. But if you suffer from diabetes or prediabetes, a sedentary lifestyle is particularly dangerous. Getting regular exercise and movement is one of the most important things you can do to keep your blood glucose under control, maintain a healthy body weight, and reduce your risk of developing complications related to diabetes.

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How To Overcome The Complexities of Treatment Decisions For Your Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

Part 3: Trade Offs — Clinical Decision Making for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes: In the previous series of articles, we discussed the complexity of clinical decision making and the role the cost plays into that decision. Cost is only one dimension of the complex process of deciding the appropriate next steps in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. In this article, we will discuss the other aspects of clinical decision making, and how clinicians can think about the trade-offs involved in making medication choices.

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