A survey of diabetes educators reveals challenges faced by patients with diabetes who can’t afford their drugs.
As people with type 2 diabetes age, the risks of insulin use can outweigh its benefits, creating the need for increased provider and patient education.
Study uncovers specific areas of care that cause concern for Americans with diabetes and opportunities for developing a plan of action.
Downturn in incidence may be partially due to successful public health campaigns to prevent the disease.
Offering rewards can be a great way to increase member engagement for patients with diabetes.
While aggressive early intervention may be useful for diabetes patients, that intervention must be sustained.
The leading problems that endocrinologists and educators see from their daily interactions with diabetes patients.
The prevalence of diagnosed diabetes in the United States has remained stable during the past eight years, even as obesity rates climb.
How new technologies are helping patients with diabetes better manage the disease.
Diabetes is one of the nation’s costliest public health emergencies. Here are three fresh approaches that can make a difference.