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Conversation Map Program Facilitates Diabetes Education Worldwide

Conversation Map Program Facilitates Diabetes Education Worldwide

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The Conversation Map tools help incorporate guidelines to help clinicians individualize diabetes management.

Dulaglutide May Be Effective as Add-On to Sulfonylurea

Dulaglutide May Be Effective as Add-On to Sulfonylurea

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Adding dulaglutide to a sulfonylurea lowered HbA1c more than a sulfonylurea alone.

A Call for Improved Global Access to Insulin

A Call for Improved Global Access to Insulin

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Three major manufacturers currently dominate the global insulin market.

Increased Utilization of Diabetes Self-Management Education  Is Necessary

Increased Utilization of Diabetes Self-Management Education Is Necessary

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Diabetes self-management education is an important aspect of diabetes care, and clinicians need to increase its use.

Caffeinated Energy Drinks May Spike Insulin Levels in Teens

Caffeinated Energy Drinks May Spike Insulin Levels in Teens

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Caffeinated energy drinks can cause dangerous fluctuations in blood glucose levels in adolescents.

Early Response to Liraglutide Predicts Long-term Weight Loss

Early Response to Liraglutide Predicts Long-term Weight Loss

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Patients who respond early to liraglutide are more likely to achieve long-term weight loss.

Breastfeeding May Protect Against Diabetes

Breastfeeding May Protect Against Diabetes

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Breastfeeding may reduce risk for diabetes among women and their children.

New IDF Diabetes Atlas: A 'Wake-Up Call' for Endocrinologists?

New IDF Diabetes Atlas: A 'Wake-Up Call' for Endocrinologists?

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The United States appears to have the highest prevalence of diabetes compared with other developed nations.

Flourishing with Diabetes

Flourishing with Diabetes

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Focusing on what the patient does right is most beneficial in diabetes management.

World Diabetes Congress Opening Ceremony Highlights Diabetes as a 'Global Issue'

World Diabetes Congress Opening Ceremony Highlights Diabetes as a 'Global Issue'

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The opening ceremony of the World Diabetes Congress shows diabetes is significantly affecting people around the world.

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