In pregnant women with BMI ≥27 kg/m², respiratory event index and oxygen desaturation index linked to HOMA-IR.
Approximately 5% to 10% of shift workers, including many health care professionals, have shift work disorder, a circadian sleep-wake cycle disorder defined by poor quality sleep.
Atypical celiac disease may present as dermatitis herpetiformis, anemia, elevated transaminases, short stature, and osteopenia/osteoporosis.
Type 2 diabetes and its complications are twice as high among Hispanics and Latinos than Whites, and some observers say there are differences in their care. Clinical Advisor interviewed Dr. A. Enrique Caballero, a leading expert in diabetic health in Latinos and Hispanics, about this subject.
Author describes efficacy and safety information on red yeast rice in the treatment of dyslipidemia.
The researchers found that 2- to 3-year longitudinal glycemic control was significantly associated with COVID-19-related severity.
Parents do not usually dictate what their kids order from fast food menus, with 88% allowing their children to choose what they want to eat. Only 1 in 3 parents read the nutritional information.
Patients with obesity in the study who underwent bariatric surgery were more likely to be White, have a higher education level, not receive SNAP, and considered food secure.
Patients with high engagement throughout all 12 weeks lost more than double the amount of weight lost by those who submitted their weight less frequently.
Investigators assessed the impact of diabetes mellitus on the efficacy of a low-dose, triple combination, polypill or standard care for the treatment of hypertension.
A network meta-analysis was done to compare the effectiveness of SGLT2 inhibitors in participants with type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors.
3-D optical imaging may be a better screening tool for metabolic syndrome in adults than BMI, according to research presented at ObesityWeek 2021.
Sleep timing may be a modifiable factor in the development of excess weight gain in younger patients.
Research from ObesityWeek 2021 links food insecurity to a cycle of disordered eating.
Research from ObesityWeek® 2021 shows that weight-related teasing and bullying among adolescents is common.
Approximately 40% of American adults report being stigmatized or discriminated against because of their body weight.
Type 2 diabetes often goes into remission following weight loss after bariatric surgery. Researchers investigated whether greater amounts of weight loss were associated with higher rates of disease remission.
The study authors conducted a nationwide cohort study that included 137,667 Medicare beneficiaries.
Study authors concluded that Diabetes Self-Management Education helps improve patient knowledge, glycemic control, and cholesterol levels in Black patients.
The authors designed an APRN-led intervention to identify factors influencing excess weight in Black women and provide individualized education on health habits using the teach-back method.