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Denosumab superior to risedronate for spine, hip BMD through 2 years

Denosumab superior to risedronate for spine, hip BMD through 2 years
October 23, 2018
In the Journals Plus

Many seemingly healthy children show signs of metabolic syndrome

October 23, 2018
More than one-quarter of children in a population-based Swedish cohort exhibited at least one risk factor for metabolic syndrome, including increased waist…
In the Journals Plus

Prenatal multivitamins provide uneven source of iodine

October 23, 2018
Nearly one-quarter of the best-selling prenatal multivitamins in the U.S. in 2016 and 2017 did not contain iodine, although most of those that included iodine contained…
Meeting News

CMHC tackles current, future themes in cardiometabolic medicine

October 23, 2018
The 13th annual Cardiometabolic Health Congress, beginning Wednesday in Boston, will feature educational sessions, workshops and discussions aimed at an audience of…
In the JournalsPerspective

Set realistic timelines to help ensure collaborative care model success

October 22, 2018
Setting realistic timelines and fostering provider engagement were just two of the five factors utilized by collaborative care models that significantly improved patient…
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CME

Individualizing the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes With a Focus on Cardiovascular Outcomes

This activity is supported by an educational grant from the Merck/Pfizer Alliance.

Emerging clinical evidence regarding the impact of hyperglycemia on cardiovascular outcomes warrants that physicians…
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Video

VIDEO: New opportunities emerge for diabetes educators in changing health care environment

August 18, 2018
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Cardiometabolic Health Congress

Cardiometabolic Health Congress

ABIM MOC CME

Ace the Case: 65-Year-Old Man with Type 2 Diabetes and Newly Diagnosed Cardiovascular Disease

No commercial support for this activity.

This CME activity will use a case study to discuss the management of a 65-year-old man with T2DM, obesity, and a recent…
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