When it comes to using plain language, clearly displaying content, and engaging users, paid mobile applications for managing diabetes are more useful than free ones, according to a study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Interventions between Canadian pharmacists and patients who returned for follow-up improved diabetes outcomes significantly, according to a recently released study.
To discourage the spread of infection, FDA has ordered manufacturers of multi-dose insulin pens to display the warning “For single patient use only” on all materials connected with the products.
Many patients have diabetes for between 10 and 20 years or more before DR develops, so the key to managing ocular complications in patients with diabetes is regular evaluations.
Which comes first, diabetes or depression? While the connection is recognized, the answer is not yet certain.
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) is calling for all patients with diabetes who are at high risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD) to be treated with statins and lifestyle therapy, according to its recently published guidance in the January issue of Diabetes Care.
Pharmacists delivering patient care services as part of patient-centered, interdisciplinary healthcare teams can make a difference for diabetes patients who are disproportionately affected by the disease and have limited access to quality care, according to the final results of Project IMPACT: Diabetes.
Medicinal plants and drugs of biological origin have their place in the treatment of chronic diseases. Among them, stevia shows promise as a possible source of new therapies for diabetes.