Oh my, says goldilocks, be careful, don’t treat to strictly, it might cause problems.
Category Archives: Diabetes
I put up the diabetes discussion, but after reviewing it, I thought it needed a more intense inquiry.
I do not deny that diabetes is a serious problem.
On November 21st, the Washington Post ran a Special Report on diabetes, featuring a series of supposedly informative articles. The report was sponsored by Novo Nordisk, a big name (maybe the biggest) in diabetes care. No doubt, they have every interest in getting people off their meds… Continue reading
Metformin is my favorite, downside risks are minimal, and it works so well for type II DM
Reforming health care is a signature issue with the current administration, but even the most ardent proponents of Obamacare would be reluctant to call it a success. Notwithstanding the well-publicized problems, of the countless billions spent on this program, precious little has gone into actual patient care. But really, what should we expect from a system designed by soulless bureaucrats such as “bioethicist” Ezekiel Emanuel and Donald Berwick, former Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services?
The statins have some problems, they are still promoted as reducing cardiovascular event risk.