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Miriam E. Tucker Jun 25
Prevention of moving toward reality:
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DiabetesMine Jul 10
Insights about the first-ever remote with endocrinologist Dr. Robert Eckel, president of medicine & science:
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Dr. Sarah Jun 18
Thank you and for covering our session at ! I appreciate the opportunity to discuss the evidence that saturated fat in the diet does NOT equate to saturated fat in the serum.
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DiabetesHighlights Jul 2
Get ready to be inspired, educated, and informed of new trends and research around diabetes! The official highlights from the ADA 80th Scientific Sessions are coming soon. Be notified when the highlights are available, it's free:
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theheartorg-Medscape Jul 19
The role of SGLT2 inhibitor drugs has rapidly morphed into treating or preventing HF and CKD.
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James Joseph Jul 6
Green Jackfruit Flour: Jack of all tastes. My interview in by Anitha Pailoor on Clinical Study results on HbA1c reduction presented at of (pic by my daughter in our backyard where it all started!)
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Amar Puttanna Oct 2
Impact of Empagliflozin on Obstructive Sleep Apnea, CV and Renal Outcomes: Exploratory Analysis of the EMPA-REG OUTCOME - remember you commenting on this
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Livongo Jun 18
. presented two new clinical studies at demonstrating how remote monitoring technologies can utilize unique data insights to deliver real-time care interventions and outcomes.
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Abigail Diaz (she/her) Jun 18
After months of work with Sarah, we’re thrilled to share Part I of “The Arc of in Museum Education”. These articles document how educators tackled access pre-ADA. Part II drops July 26 in honor of . Articles open access all year.
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Ankita Anirban Oct 13
Five inspiring stories you've probably never heard before! (I certainly hadn't).
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Lalantha Leelarathna Jun 18
892-P: Comparison of Dexcom G6 CGM with Self-Monitoring Blood Glucose in Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes: The Millennial Study Preliminary results @JoshiNavis
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JDRF Research Jun 17
At The Scientific Sessions played the roles of presenter, educator and active learner—and was the key funder and supporter of nearly all of the top advances shared at . Learn more here:
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Patrick Holmes 😷 Jul 9
1/2 Real-world data from . New user active-comparitor cohort study Q: Does adding a SGLT2i (compared with adding SU) on top of GLP-1ra ⤵️ CV events? A: Yes! (at least in these data) 24%⤵️-MI, stoke or all-cause mortality HR 0.76 (0.59,0.98) 35%⤵️-hHF HR 0.65 (0.52,0.80)
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Javier Carrasco, PhD Jun 15
Weekly Insulin ICODEC If you want to learn more go to
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Dr. Sarah Jun 19
Summary of my talk at from "Low-carb, high-fat diets are healthy for the cardiovascular system and do not increase diabetes risk.
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Beyond Type 1 Jun 16
TWO big announcements from ➡️ Their AI will predict high and low blood sugars hours in advance AND spot trends in average health metrics MONTHS in advance. Get the full scope of the info presented by One Drop at ⬇️
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RD Jun 29
Type 1 children are entitled to NORMAL, healthy nondiabetic blood sugars.
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Patrick Holmes 😷 Jul 5
Don't forget the next Summer Forum is on Wednesday evening. All latest on GLP-1ra's from . - Role of GLP-1ra in people with or without ASCVD. - The latest on retinopathy outcomes - More about oral GLP-1ra Join us👉
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Eleni Jun 15
In case you missed it and are interested in mitochondrial impairment in beta cells, tune in my poster presentation talking about defective insulin secretion and mitochondrial ultra-structure upon deletion of Mfn1/2 in vivo
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Ascensia Diabetes Care Aug 14
In this blog, & share their feedback from our recent that took place during the virtual . Read their perspective on the importance of diversity & the value of hearing different experiences. Access it here:
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