To address conflicting reports about the cardiovascular safety of DPP-4 inhibitors, researchers performed a large retrospective cohort study.
Processed Meats Top List of Foods Linked to CHD and Diabetes
How much of which foods truly promote cardiometabolic health? First-of-its-kind study quantifies impact of good food and bad.
Vitamin D Status & Cardiovascular Disease Risk
Three studies examined the relationship between CVD risk and vitamin D status in children, adolescents, and women.
Interesting T2DM: FDA News & Diabetes Risk
Our May list includes an app for titration of basal insulin, GI effects of GLP-1 agonists, and lifestyle intervention studies.
Fresh Fruit: Impact on Diabetes & Complications
Fruit may not be viewed as being as healthy as fresh vegetables for patients with diabetes because of its relatively high sugar content.
CV Events: Safety of Insulin
A study compared mortality and major adverse cardiovascular events in patients with type 2 diabetes prescribed metformin or insulin.
GLP-1 Agonists: Beneficial in Low-Risk Patients?
Do low-risk CVD patients with T2DM experience the same significantly lower all-cause and CV mortality seen in high-risk patients?
Obesity Management: ENDO 2017 Highlights
Could corticosteroid use put your patients at a greater risk of metabolic syndrome?
Dapagliflozin: All-Cause & Cardiovascular Mortality
Research has shown the beneficial effects of empagliflozin on all-cause and CV mortality. Does the same hold true for another SGLT2 inhibitor?
Statin Therapy with Type 2 Diabetes & Nephropathy
In patients with type 2 diabetes complicated by nephropathy, what is the real life effect of statin therapy on cardiovascular disease prevention?
CV Risks and Diabetes: Puerto Rican Population
Dr. Bobby Lazzara discusses a study looking at certain demographics and cardiovascular complications in a diabetic patient population in Puerto Rico.
Endo News Roundup: Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease
Studies include drug-free remission of T2DM, and the impact of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia on cardiovascular health.
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