Type 2 diabetes rates are lower in countries where many people drink black tea, research shows.
Oncology Information Center
The authors present a case in which genetic testing for breast cancer may have affected outcomes in a 35-year-old woman.
Health-care providers are missing many opportunities to reduce the burden of diabetes through improved control of blood glucose levels and improved diagnosis and treatment of arterial hypertension and hypercholesterolemia.
Prevalence higher and glycemic control poorer in non-Hispanic blacks and Mexican-Americans, but lower percentage of type 2 diabetes cases left undiagnosed overall.
Diabetes Information Center
Remission rates greater in younger participants and those with short diabetes duration, higher HOMA percentage B
Infectious Diseases Information Center
A recent meta-analysis demonstrated that patients on dialysis are less likely to produce an immune response than those not on dialysis.
The number of years spent living with diabetes increased by 156% in men and by 70% in women from 1986 to 2011.
Neurology Information Center
Research findings support the use of vitamin D supplementation to help slow cognitive decline in Alzheimer dementia and reduce Parkinson disease symptom severity.
Patients with depression are significantly more likely to have peripheral artery disease (PAD), and PAD-related events, research shows.
Patients and health care providers cannot rely on a national health care system to eliminate disparities in mortality rates from conditions such as heart disease.