March 29th 2023
Among persons with prediabetes who reverted to normoglycemia, only those who remained physically active saw a reduced risk of all-cause death, study authors report.
March 17th 2023
Artificial Pancreas Improves Time in Range for Young Children with Type 1 Diabetes, According to New StudyMarch 16th 2023
Young children using a hybrid closed-loop insulin delivery system spent 12% more time within their target blood glucose range than those who received standard care, according to new research.
Likelihood of Optimal GDMT for Patients with T2D, ASCVD Increased with Multifaceted Clinic InterventionMarch 7th 2023
ACC2023. For high-risk T2D patients not receiving optimal treatment for hyperlipidemia, hypertension, or hyperglycemia, intensive, multidisciplinary training for clinic staff could shift practice.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Delivered via Mobile App Reduced HbA1c in Adults with Type 2 DiabetesFebruary 28th 2023
ACC 2023. New study found cognitive behavioral therapy delivered via mobile app significantly reduced HbA1c and need for antihyperglycemic intensification compared to use of a control app.
Risk of Stroke May Diminish with Age in Persons with Diabetes and Hypertension: New FindingsFebruary 16th 2023
The magnitude of the association with age did not change, however, for other stroke risk factors, including smoking, atrial fibrillation, and LVH, investigators report.
Body Weight Related to Beneficial Effects of SGLT-2 Inhibitors in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes in New AnalysisFebruary 6th 2023
The beneficial effects of SGLT-2 inhibitors in reducing CV death and heart failure hospitalization in patients with T2D are related to body weight, suggest new data.
Semaglutide 2.4 mg Sustains Long-term Weight Loss by Reducing Cravings, Appetite: New AnalysisJanuary 24th 2023
Sustained weight loss with semaglutide 2.4 mg is a result of the drug's effects on control of eating, including reduced cravings and hunger and increased satiety, study authors write.
13 Key Action Steps on Pediatric Obesity Evaluation and Treatment: An American Academy of Pediatrics Guideline ToplineJanuary 12th 2023
The 13 Key Action Steps in the AAP's landmark obesity guidelines reflect more than a decade of research on evaluation and treatment of the disease in children and adolescents.
Youth who Feel Loved, Optimistic, and Happy More Likely to Maintain Good Cardiometabolic Health into AdulthoodJanuary 11th 2023
Adolescents with more positive psychological assets were more likely to have good cardiometabolic health 2 decades later, and associations were stronger for Black youth.
Osteoporosis May Affect More than One-quarter of Persons with Type 2 Diabetes: Global Meta-analysisJanuary 11th 2023
A global prevalence of osteoporosis among persons with T2D of more than 25% calls for greater focus on screening for and managing the bone loss disease in this population.