The American Diabetes Association has issued important updates to the 2022 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes. Updated sections include Cardiovascular Disease and Risk Management and Chronic Kidney Disease and Risk Management. Access the Standards of Care as well as all updates at

The American Diabetes Association’s most recently published clinical compendium is the third in a series of ADA compendia on the diabetic foot. Previous installments focused on the diagnosis and management of diabetes foot complications and infections. Here, the authors turn their attention to the latest evidence-based therapies for diabetic foot ulcers. This compendium is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Advanced Oxygen Therapy, Inc. (AOTI). To access this and other clinical compendia for free, visit

The American Diabetes Association’s professional books now appear alongside journal content and multimedia for a more complete research discovery experience. Browse or search today by visiting our new professional books website at

The American Diabetes Association offers a variety of continuing education opportunities and materials for health care professionals. Educational offerings include live and free online programs. For more information, including a complete list of American Diabetes Association programs, please visit

In a series of short videos now available on the Clinical Diabetes website, Drs. Vivian Fonseca, Minisha Sood, and Rodolfo Galindo discuss the pathophysiological changes that occur during the progression of type 2 diabetes, with a particular focus on the key role of declining β-cell function, as well as the clinical characteristics—long duration of type 2 diabetes and A1C ≥9%—that are indicative of diminishing β-cell function. An executive summary and videos of the full panel can be found at

Diabetes Core Update is a monthly audio podcast devoted to presenting and discussing the latest clinically relevant articles from the American Diabetes Association’s scholarly journals. Diabetes Core Update audio podcasts are free and can be accessed through iTunes or RSS feed. For more information, please visit

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