Endocrine Today


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


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


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


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