Understand the ways that patients with overweight, obesity, or diabetes experience stigma, and learn how to reduce stigma during health care visits. Read more
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Learn how patient-centered, collaborative care can help improve health outcomes and quality of life for people with diabetes. Read more
Are you ready to use teleophthalmology to prevent vision loss in patients with diabetes? Read more
Many health care professionals and people with diabetes have used telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic. What has the experience revealed about the benefits and challenges of remote diabetes care? Read more
Improve your care for patients with diabetes by using LiverTox, a free online resource to find information about liver injury linked to specific medicines, herbal products, and dietary supplements. Read more
Learn about the latest clinical practice standards to diagnose and manage diabetes in the American Diabetes Association’s 2022 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes. Read more
People with diabetes, especially older adults, are at risk for fractures and other bone problems. Know the signs to look for and steps for prevention. Read more
Learn why it’s so important for health care professionals to pay attention to the oral health of their patients with diabetes. Read more
The goal of precision nutrition is to match individuals with the dietary guidance that optimizes their health. This approach holds great promise for preventing and treating diabetes. Read more
Mental health is important for everyone. Find information and resources on mental health to help you and your patients with diabetes. Read more
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