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05-22-2019 | Sulfonylureas | Editorial | Article

The CAROLINA trial: Make or break for sulfonylureas?

Diabetologist Sanjay Kalra puts the CAROLINA trial into historical context and considers the present-day implications for the use of DPP-4 inhibitors and sulfonylureas.

05-10-2019 | Psychosocial care | Highlight | News

Family conflict key factor in poor glycemic control among young insulin users

Factors associated with poor glycemic control in children with type 1 diabetes generally vary according to the insulin regimen used, but family conflict over diabetes management universally impacts all insulin users, US researchers report.

05-17-2019 | Nephropathy | Video | Article

Team-based care for patients with type 2 diabetes and kidney disease

WATCH | Nephrologist Katherine Tuttle and Primary Care Physician Jay Shubrook discuss referrals to nephrology for patients with comorbid diabetes and kidney disease (8:38).

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05-22-2019 | Genetics | Highlight | News

Exome-wide sequencing study sheds light on type 2 diabetes

Researchers have used exome-wide sequencing to identify several rare variants within four genes that are significantly associated with type 2 diabetes.

05-21-2019 | Cardiovascular disorders | News

Diabetes may blunt aspirin vascular effects

A small study suggests that the vasodilation effects of aspirin may be delayed in people with type 2 diabetes, and may wear off faster than in people without the condition.

05-20-2019 | Continuous glucose monitoring | News

CGM still lags behind SMBG during aerobic exercise

Even with newer devices, continuous glucose monitoring underestimates the fall in glucose levels during exercise, with the drop lagging significantly behind that measured by self-monitoring of blood glucose, research shows.

05-17-2019 | Hypoglycemia | News

Hypoglycemia on the day of hospital discharge linked to adverse outcomes

Hospitalized individuals with diabetes who have low blood glucose levels on the day of discharge have an elevated risk for readmission and death, findings from a large US cohort study suggest.

05-15-2019 | Diet | News

DiRECT/Counterweight-Plus intervention could be cost-effective long-term

Type 2 diabetes remission can be achieved within 1 year at a cost below the average annual cost of diabetes management, even when including complications, shows an economic evaluation of the DiRECT/Counterweight-Plus weight management program.

05-14-2019 | Complications | News

Diabetes-related mortality rates are no longer declining

Rates of age-standardized all-cause mortality due to diabetes as the underlying or contributing cause of death have plateaued in recent years following earlier declines, shows an analysis of data from the US Census and national mortality database.

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