Opinion

Columns/Features

Business of Endocrinology

Richard Dolinar, MD, writes on the important issues that affect you and your practice.

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Barking up the wrong tree: More on drug pricing

Richard O. Dolinar, MD

Off-label promotion and use of drugs in ‘Wonderland’

Richard O. Dolinar, MD

The mystery of prescription drug prices

Richard O. Dolinar, MD
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Case Challenges

Experts detail the challenges faced during diagnosis and treatment.

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Older man with diabetes presents with pruritus

Ronald Tamler, MD PhD MBA

Chasing the (nor-)adrenaline burst

Ronald Tamler, MD PhD MBA

Young man with three children presents with low libido, fatigue, ‘brain fog’

Ronald Tamler, MD PhD MBA
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Cover Stories

An in-depth look at trends and controversies in endocrinology.

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Communication, careful planning ensure students with diabetes can succeed at school

As insulin prices rise, endocrinologists confront growing crisis

New agents, novel targets show promise for diabetic kidney disease

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Diabetes Education

Leaders from the American Association of Diabetes Educators share their thoughts on the care of diabetes patients.

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Groups collaborate to launch Asian Diabetes Prevention Initiative

DSMT telehealth services now reimbursed, but work remains

Donna Tomky, MSN, RN, C-NP, CDE

Opportunity of influence: Starting a conversation about weight

Mary M. Austin, MA, RD, CDE, FAADE
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Blogs

Bloggers
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Saleh Aldasouqi, MD, FACE, ECNU, is professor of medicine and chief of the endocrinology division at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in East Lansing. His writing combines insights from his years of caring for patients and training physicians in the U.S. and internationally.

“From the Doctor’s Bag” is a blog about topics at the intersection of humanities and medicine — topics without a P-value or area under the curve. It takes a mostly lighthearted view of issues that affect health care providers as professionals and members of society, parents, siblings, spouses, neighbors or friends.

BLOG: Until the last breath

July 18, 2017

BLOG: International medical graduate, ICU and July 1st

June 30, 2017

BLOG: Hit by a car

June 21, 2017
Thomas B. Repas, DO, FACP, FACE, CDE, is an endocrinologist, lipidologist and physician nutrition specialist in clinical practice at the Regional Medical Clinic Endocrinology and Diabetes Education Center in Rapid City, SD. Dr. Repas is the former chairman of the professional diabetes advisory committees of the Wyoming and the Wisconsin Diabetes Prevention and Control Programs. He is board certified in the areas of endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism, clinical lipidology, internal medicine and nutrition, and is also a certified diabetes educator.

Exophthalmos and Cushing's Syndrome

February 3, 2015

Hot thyroid nodules can sometimes be cancer

January 23, 2014

The true heroes of clinical research

October 22, 2013
Michael Kleerekoper, MD, MACE, has joined the faculty at the University of Toledo Medical School where he is Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and section chief of the Endocrinology Division. The author of numerous journal studies, Dr. Kleerekoper serves on the editorial boards for Endocrine Today, Endocrine Practice, Journal of Clinical Densitometry, Journal of Women's Health, Osteoporosis International and Calcified Tissue International. Dr. Kleerekoper is also a founding board member of the newly formed Academy of Women’s Health.

Unexpected vertebral fractures

October 24, 2014

Ethnicity and the lab

July 25, 2014

Vlog: In group therapy for type 2 diabetes, ‘the patients run the show’

June 26, 2014
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