Efforts by acute-care teams to reduce glucose readings of patients with diabetes may do more harm than good, an analysis suggests.
Users of the investigational device spent 11% more time in the target blood-glucose range than control-group members.
Getting through the holidays without adding weight can challenge anyone. For people with diabetes, carbs can be an issue.
The United States is seeing an epidemic of diabetes, says endocrinologist Irl Hirsch. About 14% of the population now has the condition.
At-home dialysis is a U.S. priority to stem the growing burden of care that involves people with chronic kidney disease.
Study: Blacks and Hispanics with Type 1 diabetes were three times more likely to be infected and twice as likely to die from the novel coronavirus.
Although some artificial intelligence software tested reasonably well, only one met the performance of human screeners, researchers found.
The latest analysis by Institute of Health Metrics and Sciences suggests a perfect storm of aggravating factors.
The coronavirus pandemic has created a new sense of urgency to lower the prevalence of diabetes.