Does a higher percentage of vigorous physical activity as part of total exercise time confer additional benefits?Read More »
Because of metabolic memory, complications of poor glucose control may not be reversed and will continue to progress even after glucose levels are normalized.Read More »
Metformin use can reduce protein hemoglobin levels that carry oxygen in the blood.Read More »
Which GLP-1 is the most effective in getting patients to their goal?Read More »
Diabetes management can be a major factor in renal transplant aftercare; can DPP-4 therapy help improve outcomes?Read More »
I have a patient I introduced to using Lantus insulin (including why, injection technique, storage, etc.). She would then see her family doctor, get the prescription and return the next week to review titration and any new questions before she started. I saw her a week later at our supervised diabetes walking group. She reported that she had started using the insulin three days prior and started at ten units and stated she was now 20 units! (She had only had two doses).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.
Real-World Data on the Benefit of Sodium Glucose Cotransporter 2 Inhibitors in Reducing Cardiovascular Risk
SGLT2 inhibitors compared to DPP-4 inhibitors: which showed a favorable effect on MACE?Read More »
Both sleep deprivation and excessive sleep may be independent risk factors for premature death in patients with T2DM.Read More »
By Sheri Colberg, PhD
With the new year upon us and resolutions made, weight loss may be on your mind, and with it, low-carb eating is one possible way to cut back on calories. Before you decide how to go about losing weight, though, you may want to consider how cutting back on your carbohydrate intake may affect your ability to be physically active.