Conquering Diabetes Distress To Maintain Quality of Life

Rather than a medical outcome, quality of life is a steady pursuit. Here’s how you can cultivate it.

Aging Doesn’t Have To Mean Giving In On Quality

It’s crucial to stay engaged with your health care professionals and talk

Can You Measure Quality of Life?

Real life is not a randomized control trial.

Good News About GLP-1 Drugs and Cardiovascular Health

A popular non-insulin injectable drug that long ago met the FDA cardiovascular safety test can now claim a cardiovascular benefit.

Weighing the Benefits of a Bariatric Procedure

When diet and lifestyle changes to combat obesity don’t work, surgical approaches and new generation devices can, but they all require a lifelong commitment.

Janssen’s SGLT-2 Drugs and Risk of Amputations: What Happened, and What’s Next?

The European regulators have applied their amputation risk warning to all Janssen products in the SGLT-2 inhibitor class. But FDA has yet to require its risk warning for comparable products from Eli Lilly and AstraZeneca.

New CDC Diabetes Stats: Type 2 Still an Epidemic, But Rate of Growth Is Slowing

The CDC 2017 report on the prevalence of diabetes shows more Americans have diabetes or prediabetes than shown in the CDC’s 2014 report. But there is still a bit of good news.

Keeping Diabetic Eye Disease In Check

Here’s our reminder that you need to visit your eye doctor regularly to check for signs of diabetic retinopathy. We’re backing this reminder with information from the American Diabetes Association on proper vision care, and we have a new technology to tell you about.