Our VITAL study discovers 6 domains that people with chronic illness too rarely discuss with their care providers.
Ideas flowed at a conference on maintaining the benefits of a community health program, writes Anne Renz.
Dr. Arterburn linked even short-term diabetes remission to less risk for microvascular kidney, eye, and limb diseases
Dr. David Arterburn reflects on CROSSROADS randomized controlled trial of Group Health patients with obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Dr. Katherine Newton reports that three Washington community health organizations will offer peer-led, diabetes self-management workshops.
Dr. Katherine Newton informa que tres organizaciones de salud de la comunidad de Washington ofrecerán, talleres de auto-control de la diabetes dirigidos por compañeros.
Regular doctor visits are important for controlling diabetes, but so is daily self-monitoring of diet, activity, and blood sugar. An effective way for people with diabetes to learn these everyday skills is the Diabetes Self-Management Program, developed and tested in Spanish and English at Stanford University.
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