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We have videos from AACE, ADA, and AADE that feature the speakers from those events. You will be the first to learn about the breakthroughs in diabetes care. You will also hear about interesting research projects that our featured diabetes experts are leading.

Etta Vinik: The Importance of Learning to Listen to Patients

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While we are pulling together this past weekend’s ADA videos for you, we thought we’d share this video from last year’s ADA with Etta Vinik, who has partnered with her husband Aaron Vinik, MD, over many years in improving diabetes education for patients as well as helping cliinicians to better ...

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Joseph Houmard, PhD: Can a Patient Be Both Healthy and Obese?

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Dr. Joe Houmard address the issue of “healthy obesity” noting that although recent data does seem to support the concept, especially for those who are overweight rather than obese, it is still preferable for patients to be at a normal weight…. Joe Houmard, Ph.D. has been at East Carolina University in ...

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Joseph Houmard, PhD: The Benefits of Doing a Little Exercise Every Day

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  Dr. Joe Houmard talks about how, if we all began working on “weight maintenance” immediately after leaving high school, it would reduce our national health care expenditure phenomenonally. Instead, the focus is on “weight loss” rather than healthy, gradual physical fitness. Joe Houmard, Ph.D. has been at East Carolina University ...

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Joseph Houmard, PhD: What is the best way to exercise?

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Joseph Houmard, PhD, talks about how because diet is deemed so important in weight management that people often write off the benefits of exercise. He also talks about some of the various exercise strategies but notes that the best one is always the one that the patient will actually do. ...

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