People with diabetes who delay getting blood pressure to target may be more likely to have heart attacks and strokes than their counterparts who manage it promptly, a recent study suggests. A study conducted by Dr. Sridharan Raghavan of University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, examined data on over 43,000 participants. Participants were all people … Continue reading Lower B/P Target and Earlier Treatment for Diabetes?
Our Diabetes Detective Team scans the diabetes news to discover the most relevant info that Diabetes Educators need in their daily practice. We post one daily Blog Byte from Monday to Friday. And of course, Tuesday is our Question of the Week. It’s Informative and FREE! Sign up below! Question of the Week – November … Continue reading Question of the Week | November 5, 2019
Teenager with Type 1 on Insulin Pump For last Tuesday’s Question of the week, about 55% of respondents chose the correct answer. Although the majority of people chose the correct answer, we wanted to write a rationale to this particular question since it highlights an important issue that people with diabetes may be facing. Before … Continue reading Why are JR’s insulin needs dropping? | October 29 Question of the Week Rationale – Bev
We have updated our printed and digital Meds PocketCard. You can view for FREE in the CDE® Coach App and Online or order your very own laminated version. Updates include: FDA approval of liraglutide (Victoza) for peds with type 2 New oral GLP-1, Rybelsus New heart failure indication for empa & canagliflozin Dosing update for … Continue reading Free Resource Friday | Updated Digital Medication PocketCards and FREE Shipping
Americans purchase nearly 600 million pounds of candy every year just for Halloween. That means lots of extra calories and sugar temptations for days and weeks to come. One strategy to decrease temptation and consumption, is to remove these sugary treats from your home and donate leftover candy to persons or organizations in need. Donating … Continue reading Baby Raegan’s 7 Strategies to Ditch Halloween Leftover Candies
In a recent panel discussion moderated by David Holtzman, Chairman of Neurology at Washington University in St. Louis, researchers discussed the association between blood sugar and Alzheimer’s. It seems that keeping blood glucose in target may reduce risk of developing Alzheimer’s. “The risk for dementia is elevated about twofold in people who have diabetes or … Continue reading Keeping blood sugar in target may reduce risk of Alzheimer’s
Our Diabetes Detective Team scans the diabetes news to discover the most relevant info that Diabetes Educators need in their daily practice. We post one daily Blog Byte from Monday to Friday. And of course, Tuesday is our Question of the Week. It’s Informative and FREE! Sign up below! Question of the Week – October … Continue reading Question of the Week | October 29, 2019
A study examining 48,000 people in Scotland over a 14 year period showed those born with a birth weight below 2.893 kg (6.38 lbs) developed type 2 earlier and at a lower BMI than those with a birth weight above 3.572 kg (7.87 lbs). The results show a potential association between low birth weight and … Continue reading Lower Birth Weight Tied to Earlier Type 2?
Join us live with your questions on November 1, 2019 @ 11:30 a.m. PST! Coach Beverly offers this FREE webinar to help get you prepare for the CDE® Exam. All her tips and tricks are meant to ease your mind and reflect the updates to the CDE® content outline. Register below with a name and … Continue reading Free Resource Friday |Preparing for the CDE® Exam Webinar