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The following articles appeared in the print edition of ENDOCRINE TODAY.

Table of Contents
Cover Story

With new name, diabetes educators positioned to meet growing health challenges

Point/Counter

Should the number of hours required for the certified diabetes educator credential be lowered from 1,000 hours?

Drug Pipeline

Endocrinology Drug and Device Update

Commentary

A bold move from ‘diabetes educator’ to ‘diabetes care and education specialist’

Kellie Antinori-Lent, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, BC-ADM, CDE, FAADE

Breaking News

Experts warn PFAS endocrine-disrupting chemicals may drive obesity, osteoporosis

Features

Experts urge lower BMI cutoff for bariatric surgery

Meeting News

Aerobic exercise, not diet, improves diastolic function in type 2 diabetes, obesity

Canagliflozin similar to sulfonylurea for NT-proBNP reduction in HF

Early menopause raises risk for CVD

AI tool for NAFLD could ‘make biopsies history’

Consistent, 10-hour daily eating window benefits adults with metabolic syndrome

Despite similar weight loss, low-carbohydrate diet delivers insulin reductions, smaller fat cells than low-fat diet

Twice-yearly inclisiran reduces LDL in ASCVD, FH

Autism, ADHD risks increased for adolescents with hypogonadism, delayed puberty

In the Journals

CGM alarm settings may improve glucose outcomes in type 1 diabetes

Maternal bariatric surgery reduces birth defect risks among children

Obesity may alter 70% of routine blood tests for children

Obesity persists as surgery barrier among transgender adults

Simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplant extends life expectancy better than other kidney surgeries for adults with type 1 diabetes

Antithyroid medications provide ‘disappointing’ results for treating Graves’ disease

Associations urge caution after controversial radioactive iodine findings