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Diabetes In Control News 10/14/2019 20:10
Our former intern, Amber Satz, PharmD Candidate, LECOM School of Pharmacy, was reviewing some info on GLP-1 Analogs and came across a new entry into the class. Efpeglenatide is a new weekly analog from Sanofi. It appears to be as effective as all other weekly’s out there, and it will be interesting to see what …. .
Diabetes In Control News 10/14/2019 20:09
Last week I saw a patient who seemed to be losing control of her blood glucose levels. She had been doing well and her A1c had been around 6.0 - 6.3 for the past couple of years. She was doing this while only on metformin 1000 twice a day. She was referred to me by her physician because of high after-meal readings ranging up to 350 mg/dl. I went over her medical history and medications looking for a possible problem and found nothing. .
Diabetes In Control News 10/11/2019 20:10
On the Doximity website there has been a lot of chatter amongst medical professionals on the idea of a once daily “super pill” for everyone, to prevent diabetes and CVD. The combination for this pill often changes, but an ACE-I and a statin seem to always be in the mix. Although these meds, along with …. .
Diabetes In Control News 10/07/2019 20:10
Usif Darwish, PharmD Candidate, Florida A&M University, College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, has been looking at the use of natural products and vitamins to improve diabetes care. This week he has a special feature from the International Journal of Endocrinology that looks at how vitamin D works and how it helps diabetes patients, in …. .
Diabetes In Control News 10/04/2019 20:10
Today we have a group of 50 cyclists from our bike club in St. Petersburg, here in Mt. Dora, Florida for 4 days of riding. On Friday we had about 20 in our group and finished up 65 miles in 3 1/2 hours. The ride involved a lot of climbing and there were a couple …. .
Diabetes In Control News 10/04/2019 20:09
By Sheri Colberg, PhD. For all the time that I spend praising the “miracle” of being physically active to help better manage diabetes and health, there are times when exercising does lead to better managed blood glucose and times when it does not. It is not always possible to predict the glycemic outcomes in all cases either, although individual patterns and responses can be determined over time. It is helpful to know the main factors that are predictive of outcomes. .
Diabetes In Control News 09/30/2019 20:10
Our diabetes patients offer suffer from depression and we will blame it on the disease, when there is actually a clinical reason for their depression. This association of diabetes and depression is sometimes so great that patients don’t get the proper treatment for depression; over time this makes their diabetes worse, and now we are …. .

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