An analysis of more than 2k patients from within the Look AHEAD study suggests the timing of physical activity could play a role in mitigating cardiovascular risk among men with type 2 diabetes considered overweight or obese.
An analysis of data from the UK Biobank cohort is adding to the understanding of HbA1c and neurological health, suggesting patients with prediabetes were at an increased risk of cognitive decline and vascular dementia.
A trial from LSU's Pennington Biomedical Research Lab indicates a health coach-led intervention in primary care settings was associated with improvements in fasting blood glucose and HDL-C cholesterol.
A randomized, cross-over trial of more than 60 overweight individuals indicates a low-fat vegan diet was more effective than a Mediterranean diet for inducing weight loss and lowering cholesterol levels.
An analysis of 29k patients with type 2 diabetes suggests increased HbA1c variability within the first 2 years of a diabetes diagnosis was associated with a 30-59% increase in risk of incident cardiovascular disease.
An analysis of claims data from more than 2k patients with type 2 diabetes provides insight into the effects of initiating use of a flash CGM system on acute diabetes-related events and hospitalizations in CGM-naive patients.