Pre-diabetic patients respond to self-directed lifestyle interventions, researcher says
The study, published Dec. 10 in the Archives of Internal Medicine , opens up a practical way for primary care physicians to help their patients at high risk for developing diabetes.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Science Daily.
#1 Dec 11, 2012
Our Diabetes Education & Management organization(Steps To Success) just created a new program for the uninsured & under-insured to help with the high cost of diabetes testing supplies. Our Economy Program comes with between 50-200 test strips monthly, a bunch of Steps To Success merchandise and unlimited access to our Certified Diabetes Educator. Our website also has a ton of diabetes information & games as well. Check us out sometime, at http://www.steps-to-success.org
Add your comments below
|Stanford's Zimbardo asks: Is President Trump me...||Feb 17||humanspirit||3|
|Here's how to spot smartphone addiction and how...||Feb '18||humanspirit||1|
|This 1967 speech may have helped put a target o...||Feb '18||DeDominicis||4|
|Effort to recall Judge Aaron Persky qualifies f...||Jan '18||Anna Cumella||1|
|Renewable Energy Squabble Goes to Court||Nov '17||Solarman||1|
|Doctors prepare for deep dive into Las Vegas sh...||Nov '17||DaGod||1|
|The Latest: Coroner: Stanford to study body of ...||Oct '17||they are lying||7|
Find what you want!
Search Stanford University Forum Now
Copyright © 2018 Topix LLC