In part 2 of this Exclusive Interview, Michael Irwig talks with Diabetes in Control Publisher Steve Freed about when to test for testosterone issues and the relationship between diabetes and sexual dysfunction.Read More »
In part 3 of this Exclusive Interview, Michael Irwig explains the variety of testosterone tests available in a discussion with Diabetes in Control Publisher Steve Freed.Read More »
In part 4 of this Exclusive Interview, Michael Irwig talks with Diabetes in Control Publisher Steve Freed about various testosterone products that are offered without prescription and best suggested treatments.Read More »
In part 5, the conclusion of this Exclusive Interview, Michael Irwig talks with Diabetes in Control Publisher Steve Freed about the side effects of excessive testosterone.Read More »
Holistic approach revised, but there is still more to be done to individualize treatment.Read More »
A1c management over longer periods shown to decrease likelihood of diagnosis.Read More »
Two long-acting insulin analogs are compared for efficacy and side effects.Read More »
Current therapy recommendations may need adjustment.Read More »
Researchers develop way to measure abundance of 12 different complement proteins in the urine.Read More »
Which of the following is true regarding the epidemiology of hypertriglyceridemia?
A. Triglyceride levels increase gradually in women until about age 50 years and then decline slightly.
B. Triglyceride levels in men continue to increase with age.
C. Mild hypertriglyceridemia (triglyceride level greater than 150 mg/dL) is slightly more prevalent in women beginning at age 30 years and in men at the age of 60 years.
D. Non-Hispanic black persons often have lower triglyceride levels than white persons.
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