A recent review underscores the possible adverse effects of ketogenic diets including increased risks for heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and kidney stones.
The researchers evaluated the prevalence and risk factors for depressive symptoms in patients with diabetes using data from an international study to glean information about people in developing countries.
Diabetes is one of the most expensive chronic diseases, yet few patients discuss cost-of-treatment with their primary care physicians.
Patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes have a high risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD), but now, a new study shows that type 1 diabetes patients are more susceptible to both cardiovascular and renal disease.
Although different insulin analogs, pumps, and sensors have been proven to work, studies have shown that few children and adolescents achieve recommended HbA1c targets.
Physicians and parents have ranked important features of conducting type 1 diabetes screening tests, which is crucial due to the increasing prevalence of type 1 diabetes in children.
The researchers assessed the rate of diabetic retinopathy progression in pregnant women with type 1 diabetes and its predictors.
Decrease in alcohol consumption, easier diabetes control perception were factors associated with better glycemic control
Whether successful treatment of depression reduces the risk for progression needs to be determined.
Children who received a new diagnosis of type 1 diabetes during the COVID-19 pandemic are presenting with higher rates of diabetic ketoacidosis than in the previous 2 years.
Researchers implemented an electronic medical record-based depressive symptom screen in type 1 diabetes mellitus adolescents seen in an outpatient clinic.
Researchers analyzed diabetes mobile applications to evaluate patient self-management capabilities and the compliance of these apps with diabetes care guidelines.
Experts provide recommendations for effective implementation of telehealth for diabetes care, with a focus on patient-to-clinic video encounters.
The CMS interim regulations are aimed at improving access to telemedicine and remote monitoring services in an effort to circumvent unnecessary exposure to COVID-19.
In the COVID-19 pandemic, there are specific considerations that should be made for patients with diabetes, who are at greater risk for severe infection.
No significant correlation seen for children fully or partially exposed to rotavirus vaccine vs unexposed.
Incidence of type 1, type 2 diabetes increased; rates of increase higher in racial/ethnic minorities.
Public health screening of 2- to 5-year-olds revealed an islet autoantibody prevalence of 0.31%.
Telemedicine instead of office visit did not change outcomes in patients with suboptimal glycemic control.
The approval was based on data from an active-controlled, treat-to-target trial (Onset7) that included 777 pediatric patients (aged 2 to 17 years) with type 1 diabetes.