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Taking Aim at Diabetes: A Structured Education and Management Program
Multidisciplinary diabetes management program targets the unique needs of rural patients through education and regular monitoring.
Vitamin D Supplementation: Pearls for Practicing Clinicians
Guidance for counseling patients on the use of one of the most common daily supplements taken in the US discuss some of the benefits of vitamin D supplementation.
Reducing the Transition Care Gap for Patients with Obesity
Cleveland Clinic’s Endocrinology & Metabolism Institute is working to better prepare pediatric patients with obesity for adult care, and a new fellowship program is one way they are closing the transition gap
Vitamin A: An Overlooked Culprit in Hypercalcemia
Vitamin A toxicity should be explored in unexplained cases of parathyroid hormone-independent hypercalcemia.
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Exploring the Relationship Between Sleep Amount and Type 1 Diabetes
New findings indicate the importance of achieving sufficient sleep levels in regard to personal glucose targets and body weight management.
Language Matters for Optimal Care
How care providers communicate with and about patients makes a difference to their health. Inclusive communications requires caregivers to be intentional and empathetic.
Reexamining the Role of Preoperative Biochemical Values in Predictive Models in Primary Hyperparathyroidism
A recent study evaluates the correlation between preoperative calcium and parathyroid hormone values as predictors of gland volume and multi-gland disease.
DXA and Clinical Challenges of Fracture Risk Assessment in Primary Care
Two case studies illustrate why it’s important to look at DXA data holistically when treating patients with fracture risk.
Elevated hCG Can Be a Benign Finding in Perimenopausal and Postmenopausal Women
Endocrinologists review the evidence regarding how to assess perimenopausal and postmenopausal hCG elevation and provide a protocol for treating hCG elevation in postmenopausal women.
Ketogenic Diets in the Management of Type 1 Diabetes: Safe or Safety Concern?
As the ketogenic diet’s popularity rises, certain considerations need to be taken when recommending it for patients with Type 1 diabetes.