Sarah Chapman reviews the evidence on foot care for people with diabetes in an article for nurses
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Cochrane UK Senior Fellow in General Practice, Richard Lehman, suggests pre-diabetes is a form of disease-mongering as he looks at the Cochrane evidence
A round-up of Cochrane evidence on foot ulcers in people with diabetes, for our Evidence for Everyday Nursing series
On World Health Day, with a focus on diabetes, this blog looks at the new WHO Global report on diabetes and some evidence on prevention strategies
What's the evidence on diet and exercise in pregnancy and after?
Anne Cooper talks about the silence surrounding the 'Big M' and the lack of information for menopausal women managing long term conditions like diabetes
Can the evidence help decide what to aim for when managing blood glucose levels in diabetes and how does this work in practice?
A round-up of new Cochrane evidence and some big gaps
Do low blood pressure targets benefit people with diabetes?
It’s probably best to draw a veil over many of the things done in English boarding schools by past...
Key message: Non-removable, pressure-relieving casts are more effective in healing diabetes-related plantar foot ulcers than removable casts, or dressings...