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06-08-2022 | ADA 2022 | Conference coverage | News

Overnight glycemic variability may impact next day function

Fluctuations in blood glucose levels during the night can adversely impact the psychologic and physical function of people with type 1 diabetes during the following day, report researchers.

06-01-2022 | Cardiovascular outcomes | News

No long-term CV benefits seen 2 decades after DPP interventions

People with impaired glucose tolerance who received metformin or intensive lifestyle intervention during the DPP trial show no sign of a significantly reduced cardiovascular disease risk 21 years later, reveal the latest DPPOS results.

05-21-2021 | Healthcare systems | News

Large diabetes care gaps identified in low- and middle-income countries

Fewer than one in 10 people with type 2 diabetes in low- and middle-income countries receive treatment in line with World Health Organization recommendations, shows a global analysis.

05-05-2021 | Liraglutide (obesity) | News

Liraglutide beneficial for post-diet weight loss maintenance

A randomized trial supports giving people with obesity liraglutide to maintain weight loss after an 8-week diet, particularly if it is combined with regular vigorous exercise.

02-25-2021 | Mental health | News

Community-based depression intervention cost-effective for people with type 2 diabetes

Findings from a modeling study suggest that community-based exercise and cognitive behavioral therapy interventions for depression in people with type 2 diabetes are cost-effective in the long-term.

12-15-2020 | Risk factors | News

Diabetes in dogs could serve as early warning to owners

A dog with diabetes may be a novel early warning sign for diabetes risk in its owner, according to a study in the Christmas edition of The BMJ.

11-27-2020 | Cardiovascular disorders | News

Healthy lifestyle mitigates elevated heart disease risk in people with type 2 diabetes

People with type 2 diabetes have around a fourfold increased risk for heart disease relative to those without, but having a healthy lifestyle may lessen this risk, researchers report.

07-10-2020 | Prediabetes | Highlight | News

Key danger times identified for US Diabetes Prevention Program dropout

Focusing efforts on convincing people to return after the first session of the US National Diabetes Prevention Program lifestyle change program, and after the transition to less frequent sessions, may help to optimize program retention, say researchers.

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