A widely used tuberculosis vaccine may be a powerful tool for lowering A1c levels in patients with long-term diabetes.
Insulin glargine should not be used past 28 days after the vial is first used, but 80% of patients do.
Diabetes drug empagliflozin reduces fat levels in type 2 patients, which may reduce risk of severe liver disease.
Missing teeth could be a signal that diabetes may be developing.
The immune system could play a beneficial role in regulating insulin, according to a study from Switzerland.
Patients will soon have one less option when selecting insulin.
Type 1 diabetes can present in adults, which can lead to misdiagnosis and unsuccessful treatment.
Having a clinical pharmacist integrated into a medical home benefits diabetes and hypertension patients.
Why it's a good time to become more involved in diabetes education.
Young people with diabetes may do better with insulin pumps than they do with injections.