Diabetes

58 articles
by Aleksandra Nasteska Edward Riachy

A low carbohydrate diet can treat diabetes better … and save us money

The key to the diabetes crisis is well within our reach. We can win the fight against diabetes by embracing a low-carbohydrate diet as the first-line medical nutrition treatment.

by Stephanie Ragganandan

The diabetes epidemic in South Asian communities will continue until we shift to prevention

In Canada, South Asian communities are at a higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes compared to the general population. As a result, South Asian populations experience significant morbidity and mortality.

by Colleen Fuller

History matters – a century after insulin’s discovery, we’re going backwards

As a Canadian with Type 1 diabetes I’m dismayed by the way pharmaceutical companies have driven up insulin prices, created a global oligarchy and increased the burden on those who need this life-giving medicine.

by Michael Fralick John Fralick

Episode 30 – SGLT2 inhibitors and GLP-1 agonists in Diabetes

by Zoey Jones Jennifer Akerman Robin Mason

For people living with diabetes, pandemic impacts are far from over 

The pandemic has been stressful for everyone, but for people with diabetes who experience social marginalization and inequity, that stress can be especially dangerous.

by Michael Fralick John Fralick

Episode 23 – Rapid Fire!

by Paul Taylor

Is diabetes common in pregnancy?

by Jonathan Gravel Bradley Kaplansky Emily Hughes Sheliza Halani Lisa Richardson

Sugar Crash: Oral Basal Insulin Versus Subcutaneous Glargine in T2DM & The Effect of Tranexamic Acid on Functional Outcomes

by Christopher Guiliano Claudia Hanni Sheliza Halani James Downar

An Ounce of Prevention: Pantoprazole in the Intensive Care Unit and Aspirin for Primary Prevention in Diabetes

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