Patients with psoriatic arthritis may be more prone to develop type 2 diabetes than the general population.Read More »
by Anthony H. Cincotta, PhD
This is the third in a recurring series of articles on Dr. Cincotta’s work on the brain dopamine clock and type 2 diabetes. In this installment, targeting chronically elevated sympathetic tone to improve glycemic control and cardiometabolic health in type 2 diabetes patients.
Both sleep deprivation and excessive sleep may be independent risk factors for premature death in patients with T2DM.Read More »
Weight loss is a significant lifestyle modification that can affect both diabetes and the risk for some cancers.Read More »
Finerenone, which treats CKD, may also help to reduce cardiac failure in type 2.Read More »
I recently received a text message from a type 1 patient who has been wearing a pump for over ten years.
"I need your guidance. My blood sugars have been in the high 200s and 300s since Thursday. I woke up with a 398 blood sugar. I've been eating out a lot and drinking too much. I need to follow a rigorous low carb diet and less alcohol." I called the patient and let her know I was sorry to hear she was feeling overwhelmed....
What is the efficiency of web-based interventions for dietary changes and glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes?Read More »
The CARDIA study explored the link to the decline in cognitive abilities in diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's in middle-aged populations.Read More »
A study based on the Look AHEAD trial examined how weight loss and physical activity impact the risk of HF, MI, and T2DM.Read More »
Study finds green tea and coffee may offer significant health benefits in people with diabetes, particularly when both are consumed.Read More »