The problem with a shortlist is that by definition it is short.
This leaves off many useful resources. However to add them all would make a list so long people would be born, live and die before completing reading it. Like my Bookmarks.
So here are some more sites of use and benefit
Her previous blog is here
She now appears to be duplicating the content but the replies differ. Frankly I find the Healthcentral blogs to run with all the speed of a snail on valium, David Mendosa and others have blogs there.
Mendosa has excellent links to the
A couple of downloadable pdfs:
A couple of Medscape CME papers. Medscape requires registration but they don’t spam you and are a valuable source of “what your doctor should know” written by experts in their fields. Worth noting though that they concentrate almost totally on drug treatments, and some papers appear to be little more than advertising puffs – always check the Disclosures at the end.
Mission Control is a pretty elderly paper now but still valuable in looking at the natural history of (uncontrolled) diabetes and the reasons for getting a handle on it as proactively as possible, while
New Mechanisms updates the information with respect to modern medications and relatively newly discovered pathways.
Frank Roy has a massive collection of information on Insulin Resistance but I’m not sure how recently it has been updated.
More is going to be added here but I keep getting distracted . . . meanwhile here’s a pretty excellent resource on the subject – provided you take into account the confusion he had (corrected) on the distinction between Type 1 and Type 2 vs. the old categories of IDDM/NIDDM
While you’re there check out the rest of his Primal 101
You may as well read the entire rest of the site while you’re there. Then try the forums. By the time you’ve done that it might have given me a few months to finish what I started . . .