Endocrinology

 
In Adults with T2D, Low-energy Diets with Meal Replacement Most Effective for Weight Loss, Remission
November 22, 2021

Weight loss and disease remission in T2D may differ between patients regardless of type of diet regimen chosen, say authors of a new analysis.

Statin Use Associated with Diabetes Progression, Suggests New Retrospective Cohort Study
October 06, 2021

Among patients with diabetes, over 50% of statin users experienced diabetes progression vs 48% of non-statin users, according to a retrospective matched-cohort study.

COVID-19 Lockdown Had Significant, Yet Varying, Impact on Glycemic Control
October 04, 2021

EASD 2021: First analysis of its kind found COVID-19-induced lockdown was associated with improved glycemic control among patients with T1D, but not T2D.

Prevalence of Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes “Surging” among US Youth, Shows New Study
September 08, 2021

From 2001 to 2017, the estimated prevalence of youth-onset T1D and T2D increased approximately 45% and 95%, respectively, according to a new study.

High-deductible Health Plans May Negatively Impact Patients with Diabetes, New Review Suggests
August 13, 2021

Low-income patients with diabetes enrolled in high-deductible health plans used less preventive and primary care services and more emergency visits, suggests new review.

8 Questions on Diabetes Drugs for Cardioprotection
August 11, 2021

Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge of key findings in recent studies on the cardioprotective effects of SGLT2i and GLP-1 RAs.

Diabetes Drugs and Cardioprotection: A Summary for Primary Care
August 04, 2021

These concise summaries highlight the latest findings on the cardioprotective effects of SGLT2 inhibitors and GLP-1 RA in patients with diabetes.

In Patients with Uncontrolled T2D, Bariatric Surgery Associated with Long-term Improvement in Physical Domains, Diabetes-related QoL
July 29, 2021

Five years after bariatric surgery for uncontrolled T2D patients reported improvements in physical health and QoL but measures of psychosocial wellbeing remained flat.

Achieving A1c Levels Below 7% Early May be Predictive of Long-term Glycemic Control in Patients with T2D
July 16, 2021

Early attainment of an A1c level below 7% was predictive of long-term glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes starting second-line glucose-lowering therapy in a new analysis.

Study: Statins Reduce CVD, Mortality in Low-risk Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
July 09, 2021

A recent study found that the use of statins in patients with newly diagnosed T2D reduced incidence of cardiovascular disease and death, particularly among older patients.