Three recent studies reanalyzed past data about the effects of intensive glycemic control and published new findings about how and which patients may benefit.
Recent research quantified the association between visit-to-visit variability in HbA1c levels and risk of cardiovascular disease and death.
Two recent studies highlighted some differences among ethnic groups in risk and incidence of diabetes.
Diet and diabetes were the focus of two recent large studies—one an umbrella review of the impact of diet patterns on diabetes incidence and the other a prospective study of fat intake and mortality among patients with type 2 diabetes.
Several recent analyses of national health care data assessed the prevalence of diabetes and its complications in the U.S.
A few case reports suggested a link between SARS-CoV-2 and development of insulin-dependent diabetes, but recent analyses of type 1 diabetes incidence during the pandemic have shown mixed results.
Recent studies found higher HbA1c levels in younger patients with diabetes compared to older ones, as well as differences in medication therapy by age.
Three comparisons of bariatric surgery and medical management for obese type 2 diabetes patients were recently published in journals of the American Medical Association.
The timing of insulin injections for patients with type 2 diabetes was the focus of several studies published in the past month.
New data on who to screen for diabetes and how to screen them were offered by a few studies published in the past month.