Oral health and diabetes: a guide for primary care nurses David Morris and Jack Thomas detail how diabetic patients can ensure that their mouth remains healthy NAFLD and its link with type-2 diabetes: why we should be worried Louise Cremonesini and Emma Harkin look at this increasingly common form of liver disease Problem solving in type 1 diabetes for primary care nurses part 1 In the first of two articles, David Morris explains some common problems when managing type 1 diabetes In search of accuracy for blood glucose monitoring Several factors can affect the accuracy of blood glucose testing, writes Danny Meetoo Nurse care improves control of chronic conditions Nurses can improve control of glycaemia, blood pressure and lipids by titrating medication, according to a new meta-analysis. Skin conditions in diabetics Nearly three million people in the UK are known to have diabetes and many remain undiagnosed. Jean Watkins discusses some common presentations that can be indicators of undiagnosed diabetes. Managing gestational diabetes The diagnosis and treatment of gestational diabetes has a number of challenges, explains Jackie Webb. Calcium, pneumonia and coffee In-depth analysis of the latest research.