While we are increasingly evaluated on numbers—A1c, blood pressure, LDL—these parameters are largely outside of our direct control. Mr M is a case in point.

There are pros and cons to using SGLT2 inhibitors in the elderly. Are you familiar with both? Find out with 7 quick multiple choice questions.

John is an active older man whose A1c has gone from 6.8% to 7.6% since his last follow-up visit. He refuses to get involved in any “needle business.” What’s next?

Four questions for you to answer, four facts you need to know.

When is a lab critical value a true critical value? That is the question that needs to be answered so that we can put an end to 5 am phone calls from the lab--to me.

Exenatide, dulaglitide, albiglutide, liraglutide. Can you answer these four questions on the facts about the glucagon-like receptor-1 receptor agonists?

The American Diabetes Association has adopted the 2013 ACC/AHA cholesterol guidelines in its 2015 Standards of Care -- but not entirely.


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