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Researchers find a link between bacterial infections and the development of late diabetic complications and coronary heart disease.
Pharmacists offer a variety of services that can help patients to manage diabetes and other chronic conditions, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What is causing the good changes in this man’s blood work?
Lilly Expands Affordability Options with Two Additional Non-Branded Options and Lilly Insulin Value Program
Lilly is helping people living with diabetes manage the cost of insulin with affordability solutions.
There are many opportunities for students in the pharmacy curricula to learn about urban underserved practice learning competencies.
Plant-based diets rich in whole carbohydrates may help improve type 1 diabetes.
Juven, a therapeutic wound healing drink from Abbott, has hit the shelves of CVS Pharmacy locations, according to a press release.
Skin complications are often the first sign of the disease, but they can be prevented and treated when caught early.
The project aims to demonstrate the value of collaboration between pharmacists and health care payers in the delivery of patient-centered care.
Here are the Top 10 medications in terms of efficacy for lowering A1C and blood sugar levels.
The new findings suggest that screening and proper management of prediabetes may help to prevent CVD in otherwise healthy individuals, or primary prevention, as well as those with existing heart problems, or secondary prevention, according to the study.