Joan K. Bardsley, MBA, RN, CDE, discusses the theme of this year's annual meeting of the Association of Diabetes Educators.
Accuracy of glucose monitoring devices and protection of data are important issues for patients with diabetes.
Clinicians should consider a number of factors when weighing the risks and benefits of using SGLT2 inhibitors in patients with diabetes.
Clinicians may be able to help ease the problem of female sexual dysfunction by talking to patients and learning about new treatments.
Diabetes educators can help patients with obesity achieve long-term weight loss and prevent gaining it back.
The FDA is coordinating with investigators, manufacturers, clinicians, and others to bring automated insulin delivery devices to market.
The Holy Grail of health care is delivery of quality care at a reduced cost. But what exactly is quality care? How do we really know we are cutting costs?
Data show that nonnutritive sweeteners likely do not change appetite or cause diabetes and may actually help with weight loss.
Joan K. Bardsley, MBA, RN, CDE, FAADE, offers her perspective on the current state of health care and what needs to change.
Taking steps to increase the visibility and convenience of healthier foods may help people lose weight.
Clinicians must be aware of the overlap between nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis and other metabolic disorders.
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