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Diabetic peripheral neuropathy is present in up to 10% of type 2 diabetes mellitus patients upon initial diagnosis.

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According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), 60% to 70% of diabetes patients develop peripheral nerve damage.

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This sensor-augmented pump monitors moment-to-moment glucose changes.

Blood Glucose Meters 10/18/2013

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This novel medication for treatment of type 2 diabetes provides an alternative for patients who are not well controlled on current drug therapy or diet and exercise.

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The device measures blood glucose readings every 5 minutes for 7 days.


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Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy 3/20/2013

Although it is not entirely clear why diabetes causes nerve damage, it is thought to be a result of poorly controlled blood glucose over a long period of time.

Antipsychotic-Induced Diabetes Mellitus 11/20/2012

Metabolic consequences of antipsychotic use include weight gain, hyperglycemia, and dyslipidemia.

Disordered Eating in Type 1 Diabetes: Insulin Omission and Diabulimia 5/22/2012

Young adults with diabetes are at increased risk for developing psychiatric comorbidities, including eating disorders, because of the complex nature of chronic disease management as well as the effects of chronic disease on psychosocial functioning.

Bariatric Surgery Reduces Diabetes 4/23/2012



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Community pharmacists can play an integral role in educating patients about foot care and in recognizing ulcers that can lead to skin infections such as cellulitis.

Intensive Statin Therapy Confers Increased Risk of Diabetes 7/20/2011



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Beyond weight management, these procedures may induce remission of T2DM. 

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Understanding Diabetic Retinopathy 4/20/2011

Regular ophthalmic screenings help reduce the risk of this progressive eye disease. 

Diabetes and the Psychiatric Patient 11/17/2010

Management of metabolic complications, including diabetes mellitus and metabolic syndrome, in the psychiatric patient is complex.

Aspirin for Primary Prevention in Diabetes 10/20/2010

Based on evolving clinical evidence, the American Diabetes Association modified primary-prevention aspirin recommendations in 2010 to encompass only patients with a 10-year cardiovascular risk greater than 10%.

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Pharmacologic Management in Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus 8/19/2008

T he American Diabetes Association (ADA) defines diabetes mellitus as a group of metabolic diseases characterized by hyperglycemia resulting from defects in insulin secretion, insulin action, or both.

Caffeine Raises Blood Sugar in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes 7/18/2008

Researchers at Duke University have discovered that caffeine taken in even moderate doses could impair glucose control in patients with type 2 diabetes.

DPP-4 Inhibitors and the Quest for HbA1c Control 10/18/2007

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Inhaled, Dry Powder Insulin 10/18/2007

Diabetes mellitus (DM) currently affects an estimated 20.8 million people within the United States, with a current worldwide prevalence estimated at 180 million and which is expected to double by 2030.

How to Initiate, Titrate, and Intensify Insulin Treatment in Type 2 Diabetes 10/18/2007

Diabetes is a major public health problem that affects 7% of the United States population, or 20.8 million people.

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At-Home Device for Glucose and Cholesterol Screening 9/19/2007

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