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Is there anything about diabetes that's "elementary," my dear Watson? Diabetes mysteries are everywhere. The morning blood sugar low, a sudden unexplained high. What are the causes...and the solutions? Think you can uncover the clues and crack the case? Earn your Diabetes Detective license now, and get some tips on troubleshooting these pesky diabetes problems along the way!

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Reviewed by Janis Roszler, MSFT, RD, CDE, LD/N 03/13.

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A study has found that reviewing patients' electronic medical records may help to detect diabetes for those who typically would not be diagnosed. Is there an ethical dilemma with this type of review?

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by Nicole Purcell
So.... I had a real bad low bloodsugar the other night. The kind of low bloodsugar that might have required an ambulance call had I not relented, finally and after much go around, to taking the treatment that was being offered to me. Ambulances make noise. They make lights. They make attention at 2:30 in the morning. Which brought up a discussion about disclosure. "Do your neighbors know you're a diabetic?" "No, I've only been here a couple of weeks and...