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16-08-2017 | Obesity | News

EPIC findings refute metabolically healthy obesity concept

Twelve years of follow-up data from the EPIC study support the assertion that obesity is a cardiovascular risk factor in its own right, even in the absence of metabolic abnormalities.

26-07-2017 | Metabolic surgery | Editorial | Article

Why don’t we offer bariatric surgery to more people with diabetes in the UK?

Editorial Board member John Wilding discusses the place of bariatric surgery in the treatment of type 2 diabetes and whether we should be offering more people surgery as a treatment option in the UK.

26-04-2016 | Neonatal diabetes | Case study | Article

Not All Diabetes in Infants is Type 1: A Case Report

This article includes a case presentation about a 37-year old man with a history of poorly controlled diabetes, initially diagnosed with type 1 who then presents to the physician for further evaluation. 

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16-08-2017 | Lifestyle intervention | News

Lifestyle intervention has modest impact on glycemic control in type 2 diabetes

Adding an intensive lifestyle intervention to usual care slightly improves glycemic control but substantially reduces the need for glucose-lowering medication among patients with non–insulin-dependent type 2 diabetes, suggest trial results published as a preliminary communication in JAMA.

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JAMA 2017; 318: 637–646

16-08-2017 | Obesity | News

EPIC findings refute metabolically healthy obesity concept

Twelve years of follow-up data from the EPIC study support the assertion that obesity is a cardiovascular risk factor in its own right, even in the absence of metabolic abnormalities.

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Eur Heart J 2017; Advance online publication

15-08-2017 | Diabetic foot | News

Diagnostic algorithm helps identify mild infection in diabetic foot ulcers

A composite algorithm including the calprotectin biomarker can help physicians decide whether a diabetic foot ulcer needs antibiotic therapy, say researchers.

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Diabet Med 2017; Advance online publication

11-08-2017 | Insulin | News

Peptide immunotherapy feasible for type 1 diabetes

Results of a phase Ib trial published in Science Translational Medicine suggest that immunotherapy with proinsulin peptide is well tolerated in patients with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes.

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Sci Transl Med 2017: 9; eaaf7779

11-08-2017 | Self-management education | News

Online game boosts glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes

An online game delivering diabetes self-management education helps improve glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes, study results suggest.

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Diabetes Care 2017; Advance online publication

10-08-2017 | Children | News

Genetics support childhood adiposity and type 1 diabetes link

Genetic variants associated with childhood body mass index correlate with the risk for type 1 diabetes, suggests an analysis of genome-wide association studies.

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PLoS Med 2017; 14: e1002362

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