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07-02-2020 | Prediabetes | Highlight | News

Neighborhood walkability may reduce ethnic disparities in diabetes risk

The increased risk for prediabetes among ethnic minorities compared with White people is less pronounced in neighborhoods with high walkability, shows a Canadian study.

06-24-2020 | ADA 2020 | Conference coverage | Article

ADA 2020 goes virtual! Editorial Board conference highlights

Listen to our Editorial Board reflecting on their ADA scientific highlights, and its novel virtual format (34:17).

06-23-2020 | ADA 2020 | Podcast | Article

Expert commentary: Closed-loop insulin delivery research update

Engineer turned endocrinologist Rayhan Lal reflects on the shape of artificial pancreas research and what changes are needed to best benefit people with diabetes (18:54).

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07-10-2020 | Type 2 diabetes | News

Apparent low vascular risk may deceive in young-onset type 2 diabetes

The time to first cardiovascular disease event in people who develop type 2 diabetes at a young age does not appreciably vary according to the number of other risk factors they have, say researchers.

07-10-2020 | Prediabetes | 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.

07-09-2020 | COVID-19 | News

​​​​​​​Diabetes associated with COVID-19 mortality risk in large UK study

A large UK study using the OpenSAFELY analytics platform has found that people with diabetes, particularly those with poor glycemic control, may have an elevated risk for COVID-19-related death.

07-07-2020 | Heart failure | News

Large HbA1c changes, variability linked to HF risk in type 2 diabetes

Large increases or decreases in glycated hemoglobin and a high degree of variability are associated with an increased risk for heart failure among people with type 2 diabetes, shows a secondary analysis of ACCORD trial data.

07-06-2020 | Depression | News

Vascular depression hypothesis upheld in type 2 diabetes

Data from the AGES-Reykjavik Study support accumulating cerebral small vessel disease as a contributing factor to the increased risk for depression in people with type 2 diabetes.

07-03-2020 | Physical activity | News

Fructose boost may alleviate type 1 diabetes exercise-induced hypoglycemia risk

Consuming a single shot of fructose prior to exercise is a feasible strategy to reduce the risk for exercise-induced hypoglycemia among men with type 1 diabetes treated with insulin degludec, suggest findings from a proof-of-concept study.

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