Researchers conducted a systematic review to summarize research that has investigated the effect of healthy lifestyle habits on incident diabetes and prognosis for patients with T2D.
Evidence to date suggests that the risk for all-cause dementia is 40% to 60% higher in patients with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
Primary care diabetes prevention programs that promote physical activity become less effective when patients experience depressive symptoms.
Review indicates little to no effect on newly diagnosed diabetes, measures of glucose metabolism.
The AACE has produced a position statement addressing population-specific challenges and practical steps for clinicians with regard to diabetes care for African Americans, Latinx/Hispanics, Asian Americans, and Native Americans.
Risk significantly higher for patients receiving diagnosis of IBD from 2003 through 2014 vs earlier.
Patients with T2D and obesity who monitored their blood glucose more frequently had better outcomes after a 12-week intensive weight management program.
Lifestyle management should be priority for prevention of ASCVD, T2DM in patients at metabolic risk.
Med-EatPlan plus extra virgin olive oil linked to lower risk for starting first glucose-lowering medication.
The Endocrine Society published a clinical practice guideline cosponsored by the American Diabetes Association and the European Society of Endocrinology regarding the primary prevention of ASCVD and T2D.
Findings seen in propensity-matched cohorts vs receipt of DPP-4 inhibitors or GLP-1 agonists.
Individual session attendance more strongly tied to weight loss in Hispanics, African-Americans.
Targeted screening should be considered in high-risk patients following H pylori eradication therapy.
Association was strengthened when healthy plant-based foods such as nuts and legumes were included.
Researchers examined the association between cholesterol metabolism and sciatic nerve alterations in T2D.
Anxiety and type 2 diabetes related to frequent visits to ED, high costs but not total hospitalization costs.
A meta-analysis of 13 randomized controlled trials found no association betweendipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor use and inflammatory bowel disease risk in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Intake of vitamins B2, B6 linked to reduced risk for T2DM; B12 intake from food linked to higher risk.
Exercise and cognitive behavioral therapy can improve depression outcomes in adults with type 2 diabetes.
In multivariate analysis, age, albumin concentration, T2DM independently tied to progression.