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This installment in the American Diabetes Association's 101 Tips series helps you succeed with your diabetes using the quick, easy-to-read Q&A format that appeals to all types of readers.

Annual Review of Diabetes 2010 contains the American Diabetes Association's most current and important research.

More than 50 articles taken from 2009 issues of Diabetes, Diabetes Care, Diabetes Spectrum, and Clinical Diabetes, can help researchers and care providers achieve the best patient outcomes.

Annual Review of Diabetes 2011 contains the American Diabetes Association's most current and important research. More than 60 articles taken from 2010 issues of Diabetes, Diabetes Care, Diabetes Spectrum, and Clinical Diabetes, can help researchers and care providers achieve the best patient outcomes.

Written by renowned experts in the field, Clinical Care of the Diabetic Foot illuminates an often overlooked but vitally important area of diabetes management and suggests strategies to help clinicians provide state-of-the-art foot care for their patients with diabetes.

This important resource reprints research results and expert opinion on diabetes mellitus and related diseases that originally appeared in the American Diabetes Association’s journal, Diabetes, between 1988 and 1992.

Commentaries on Perspectives in Diabetes—Volume 2 (1993–1997) is the second in a unique, three-volume set of research commentary. Thirty-nine original Perspectives authors look back and critique their original work. They not only highlight advances in the research described in the articles but also review their own predictions.

R. Paul Robertson, ed.; 1993 to 1997 (Volume 2).

Commentaries on Perspectives in Diabetes—Volume 3 (1998–2002) is the third in a unique, three-volume set of research commentary.

Newly updated, Complete Nurse’s Guide to Diabetes Care, second edition, is a reference for nurses who work with diabetes patients. Get the latest details on the pertinent aspects of diabetes care and newest research, including diabetes complications, care and management approaches, and other diseases that affect the treatment of diabetes.

This revised edition also features:

Diabetes Burnout is an interactive book that addresses the emotional issues that contribute to poor glycemic control and provides guidance to overcoming the barriers to good self-care.

This newly offered reference set provides clinicians with the latest in patient treatment protocols for diabetes mellitus, type 1 and type 2, diabetes foot care, insulin, and improving glycemic control.

This six volume set for healthcare professionals features the most up-to-date approaches and protocols for diagnosing and treating patients with type 2 and type 1 diabetes.