Most Recent Articles by Tori Rodriguez, MA, LPC
Kevin Pantalone, DO, from the Cleveland Clinic, provides insight into the management of gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with diabetes.
Of various interventions used in nonclinical settings for the prevention of childhood overweight and obesity, school-based programs that combine nutrition and exercise and include a home-based component appear to be the most effective approaches.
Although many of the newer antidiabetic drugs have demonstrated favorable outcomes in clinical trials, some have also been associated with increased risk of adverse CV outcomes.
An increasing number of studies support the use of continuous glucose monitoring in adult patients with T2D, and the observed benefits are likely to extend to youth with T2D.
Pain management in patients who are obese can be a challenge due to their altered pharmacokinetic profile.
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