Reducing complexities in T2DM management

T2DM accounts for the vast majority (around 90%) of cases (416 million). About 65 million people with T2DM need insulin,

Semaglutide improves CVD outcomes beyond traditional risk factor control

Atherosclerotic CVD (ASCVD) – in particularly stroke, myocardial infarction (MI), peripheral vascular disease and HF – is the main cause

Expert opinion: Patient selection for premixed insulin formulations in diabetes care

AUTHOR/BYLINE: Sanjay Kalra, Leszek Czupryniak, Gary Kilov,  Roberta Lamptey, Ajay Kumar,  AG Unnikrishnan, Aissa Boudiba, Mohamed Abid, Zhanay A. Akanov, Ali Latheef, Mustafa Araz, Ralph Audehm, Silver Bahendeka, Naby Balde, Sandeep Chaudhary, Chaicharn Deerochanawong, Olufemi Fasanmade, Hinde Iraqi,

Fenofibrate and statins: CV outcomes in metabolic syndrome

Abundant evidence shows that lowering low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol concentrations with statins is the primary treatment option for minimising cardiovascular

Over 20% of hospitalised COVID-19 patients have diabetes

“This manuscript provides guidance for healthcare providers caring for patients hospitalised for COVID-19 who also have a prior history of

GPs can reverse type 2 diabetes

Nearly half the people with type 2 diabetes who lost weight as part of a trial in primary care did not have the disease a year later.

Experts look beyond BMI to define what’s healthy

For over 200 years, medical professionals have used the simple weight-to-height ratio known as body mass index (BMI) as a tool to determine the overall health status of an individual.

New link identified between inflammation and depression in type-1 diabetes

Depression in type-1 diabetes patients is associated with higher levels of the inflammatory protein galectin-3, according to research published in

Reducing hypoglycaemia: Real-world findings

The debate relates to the lower limit of HbA1c which should be targeted. On the one hand, all available evidence

Diabetes treatment goals still suboptimal

A disease that is associated with significant comorbidities that contribute to an increased risk of costly hospitalisations; the logical response

Diabetes and sport

He adds, however, that ad hoc exercise can cause havoc with blood glucose levels because it is difficult to know

Ward off type 2 diabetes: embrace healthy living

“South Africa is fast becoming an overweight nation, and our rates of obesity among certain sections of the population are