Learn about the latest clinical practice standards to diagnose and manage diabetes in the American Diabetes Association’s Standards of Care in Diabetes—2024. Read more
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Community health workers, when properly integrated with clinical staff, can help people in under-resourced communities prevent and manage diabetes. Read more
Understand the ways that patients with overweight, obesity, or diabetes experience stigma, and learn how to reduce stigma during health care visits. Read more
Listening to what patients with diabetes think about their disease and medications can be an important starting point for helping them improve their blood glucose control. Read more
Learn how diabetes can affect pregnancy and how to improve health outcomes for pregnant women who have diabetes. Read more
NIDDK experts discuss research that aims to inform obesity prevention and treatment. Read more
People who have limited health literacy may have trouble finding, understanding, and using information to effectively manage their diabetes. Learn how to improve diabetes care by addressing limited health literacy skills. Read more
Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability for people with diabetes. Managing elevated hemoglobin A1C levels, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol can reduce the risk for stroke. Read more
Learn about how diagnosing and treating peripheral arterial disease in people with diabetes can help prevent amputations. Read more
Learn about the benefits and limitations to treating patients via telemedicine. Read more
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