Riding the Waves of Change in the Diabetes Community
Riding the waves of change in the diabetes community.
The Canadian Diabetes Association Invests More Than $6.8 million in Research
The Canadian Diabetes Association invests more than 6.8 million in research.
Polly VandenBerg BSc, C. Bruce Verchere PhD
Current Concepts in Diabetes Management: Comprehensive Interprofessional Care, Including Oral Health
Current concepts in diabetes management: Comprehensive interprofessional care, including oral health.
Howard C. Tenenbaum DDS PhD, Anthony M. Iacopino DMD PhD
Diabetes Quality of Care in Academic Endocrinology Practice: A Descriptive Study
Diabetes is a common chronic disease, affecting a large and growing proportion of the population (1).
Baiju R. Shah MD PhD, Jacqueline E. James MD MEd, Carolyn Lawton RN MScN CDE, Tess Montada-Atin RN MN CDE, Marianne Sigmond RN
Diabetes and Related Metabolic Conditions in an Aboriginal Cree Community of Quebec, Canada
Type 2 diabetes mellitus and obesity are major health threats of the 21st century, with a rapidly increasing yearly rate in developed and developing countries (1-4).
M.-l. CHateau-DeGat, D. Pereg, G.M. Egeland, E. Nieboer, Y. BonnIer-Viger, E.A. laouan-Sidi, D. Dannenbaum, E. DeWailly
Low Prevalence of Elevated ApoB Levels in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Not Receiving Lipid-Lowering Therapy
The strong epidemiological relationship between diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) has been well established (1); adults with diabetes have a 2- to 4-fold greater risk of coronary heart disease and stroke than those without diabetes (2-4).
H. Tildesley, T. Fraser, S. Wise, A. Mazanderani, C. Aydin, K. Johns, E. Yu, G. Bondy
Healthy Adolescents’ Social Representations of Diabetes
One approach to preventing diabetes, identified in the 2008 Canadian Diabetes Association clinical practice guidelines, includes developing programs for children designed to promote healthy eating and physical activity (1).
C.-A. LeClair, M. Maequis, l .Villalon, I. Strychar
IDF 2009—20th World Diabetes Congress North American Poster and Oral Abstracts
Presented by North American delegates from Canada, the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico, and the United States of America.
Presented by North American delegates from Canada, the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico, and the United States of America
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