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Featured Articles - February 2015


Women's Health

Incontinence can hide in middle age

Incontinence can hide in middle age

By Kathy Holliman

Women may suffer debilitating quality-of-life issues from urinary incontinence yet never mention it to their primary care physicians. The condition can be successfully managed by nonsurgical and nonpharmacological means, if physicians can tactfully bring up the subject first.

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Diabetes Management

SGLT2 inhibitors change glucose dynamic

By Stacey Butterfield

The kidney's role in glucose production is as a producer and consumer of it, as well as filtering and reabsorbing it. SGLT2 inhibitors change that dynamic, creating new mechanisms, benefits and risks, and uncertainties that internists should know about this new drug class.

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Q&A

Experts agree on principles of diabetes care

By Stacey Butterfield

Learn 10 guiding principles for the care of people with or at risk for diabetes.

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