To help patients adopt healthier diets, first find out what’s really on their plates.
The U.S. spends more on diabetes than on any other condition, but tools to help physicians and patients prevent the disease are well within reach.
Cut sugar, salt and stress. Know your type 2 diabetes risk. Move more, drink less, quit smoking and make your home smoke-free.
An online counseling program reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes in seniors, who completed the Web-driven activity at a 20 percent higher clip.
From historic Medicare payment changes to a modernized AMA Code of Medical Ethics, these resources can assist doctors faced with difficult decisions.