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Metabolic Disorders Library

  • Laboratory Monitoring When Prescribing Psychotropics
    When you are planning to start a patient on medications, what labs should you order at baseline, and what should you order over ...
  • Treatment Implications for Comorbid Diabetes Mellitus and Depression
    Major depression and type 2 diabetes mellitus are common chronic illnesses within the general US population, with prevalence rates of approximately 5% to 10% and 11%, respectively.1,2 Moreover, depression and type 2 diabetes mellitus, individually, can be among the most disabling chronic disorders one can acquire, and when they occur comorbidly, they are even more detrimental. Together they exhibit a bidirectional relationship, with each disease an independent risk factor for development of the other.
  • Diabetes-Related Risk Factors and Cognitive Aging
    Researchers from more than 2 dozen large-scale epidemiological studies have reported a link between type 2 diabetes mellitus and cognitive impairment, cognitive decline, and dementia.