BOSTON -- No evidence of a substantial decline in cognitive ability, despite relatively high rates of hypoglycemia, was found in patients whose type 1 diabetes stayed in tight glycemic control over 18 years, researchers here reported. More »
ABSTRACT: Many patients with diabetes are anxious or fearful about the disease. These negative emotions stem in part from the fact that the patient is responsible for many facets of diabetes management, such as exercise, dietary modification, and blood glucose measurement. For example, failure to... More »
Alcohol ingestion is one of the most common causes of disabling hypoglycemia
in the United States. The effects of alcohol ingestion on
patients with diabetes vary considerably, depending on whether they have
type 1 or type 2 diabetes and on whether they are receiving insulin therapy. More »
How Physicians Can Manage Unexpected Free Time Jennifer Frank, MD, October 22, 2013 Whether you have an unexpected patient no-show, or two hours before bed, figuring out how to spend spurts of free time can be a work-life balance stressor.