Cover Stories

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

Case Challenges

With Ronald Tamler

Experts detail the challenges faced during diagnosis and treatment.

Cardiometabolic Conversations

Endocrinologists and cardiologists discuss separate approaches to managing cardiometabolic disorders.


Opinions on important issues that affect endocrine practice.

Pharmacology Consult

Recent drug discoveries and developments that affect endocrine practice.

Imaging Analysis

With Stephanie L. Lee

Stephanie L. Lee, MD, PhD, ECNU, details the latest techniques and important imaging cases.

Diabetes In Real Life

With Susan Weiner, MS, RDN, CDE, FAADE

Susan Weiner, MS, RDN, CDE, CDN, FAADE, talks with diabetes educators about techniques and practices for people living with diabetes.

The Balancing Act

With Eliot LeBow

A diabetes educator’s view on the interplay between diabetes and mental health.

Business of Endocrinology

With Richard Dolinar

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

Diabetes Education

With Donna Tomky

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

Endocrinology of Aging

With Carl J. Pepine

A physician-written column on treating elderly patients with endocrine disorders.

Obesity Update

With Ryan Novosad

Breaking trends and important information in the treatment of patients who are obese.

In Practice

With Edward C. Chao

A physican's view of the challenges and rewards of patient care.

Fellows' Perspectives

With William Duke

A physician's insights into the fellowship experience.

Health Care Legislative and Regulatory Update

With Arnold & Porter, LLP

International law firm Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer analyzes current regulatory and legislative topics for physicians and health care executives


Most Recent

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: Leap to February 30

February 21, 2020
John D. Kelly IV, MD, is a professor of orthopedic surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. He focuses his blog on helping surgeons reduce stress while achieving balance in their practices and families.

BLOG: Patient-related outcomes: A novel way to prevent burnout

November 6, 2017
David M. Glaser, JD, is a health care attorney at Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. He focuses his blog on health care legal issues and policy-related health topics, ranging from how to operate ancillary services to methods for shaping the health care reform debate.

BLOG: Gainsharing/co-management is a great opportunity for physicians, hospitals

October 17, 2017

The blog will present informative and educational content on all aspects of patient financing within health care practices.


BLOG: Patient financing also can be used as a marketing tool

August 3, 2015
Patellofemoral Update focuses on the causes, prevention and treatment of patellofemoral disorders. The blog is sponsored by The Patellofemoral Foundation whose mission is to improve the care of individuals with anterior knee pain through targeted education and research. The Patellofemoral Foundation offers additional online education resources on its website.

BLOG: Health care providers need to consider options offered by patient financing programs

July 1, 2015
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
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