Read the latest blogs by our professional diabetes educators and experts on the latest and most important healthcare topics.
A New Treatment for Diabetic RetinopathyFriday,March 11, 2015
The FDA recently approved Lucentis for use of diabetic retinopathy. Pharmacist and certified diabetes educator Sam Grossman talks about the clinical trial results for the new drug and considerations of how people with the complication may want to consider talking to their provider about it.
New Heart Concerns for Existing Class of Type 2 MedicationsFriday,April 27, 2015
An FDA Panel recommends new safety information on DPP-4 inhibitors Onglyza and Nesina. Sam Grossman reviews this news and how it may affect marketing and prescribing of the medications.
Can Two Everyday Activities Really Help People with Diabetes?Friday,October 1, 2015
How making an effort to improve upon sleeping and include walking as a regular activity can keep you healthier.
Finding a Type 1 Management Bridge Until a Cure is FoundFriday,October 2, 2015
While cure research is ongoing and is still years away from realization, the evolution of CGM technology is helping make the artificial pancreas closer to reality which will make disease management simpler and achieve better outcomes.