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Intensive therapy associated with decreases in certain ...

Despite the ACCORD study finding an increased risk of death from cardiovascular causes with intensive glucose-lowering therapy, rates of ...

1-hour glucose value may predict mortality risk | ACP Diabetes ...

A 1-hour glucose value above 155 mg/dL predicted mortality even when the 2-hour glucose value was below 140 mg/dL, according to the 33-year study ...

Diabetes risk with statins appears to be outweighed by ...

An observational cohort study examined the effect of statins on diabetes risk and overall mortality in 13508 normoglycemic patients and 4563 patients ...

New risk score for CVD may be easier to use than existing ...

Researchers used data from the ADVANCE-ON study to develop the AD-ON risk score, a 10-year risk score for the combined endpoint of major ...

Diabetes, prior CHD may not be equivalent CHD risk factors ...

The population-based prospective cohort analysis of adults who were members of a single US health care delivery system compared CHD risk among ...

Intensive glycemic treatment may be common, doubles risk of ...

Intensive treatment was defined as use of more glucose-lowering medications than recommended by practice guidelines and was found in 18.7% of ...

New clinical guidelines recommend bariatric surgery for ...

Bariatric surgery should be recommended for type 2 diabetes patients with class III obesity, regardless of glycemic control, and those with class II obesity ...

Diabetic foot ulcer treatment not always up to standard of care ...

Adequate off-loading with nonremovable casts or fixed ankle walking braces is the optimum modality for treating diabetic foot ulcers, but clinicians aren ...

Metformin potentially underused among patients with mild ...

More patients would be eligible for metformin use if estimated glomerular filtration rate were used to define kidney disease rather than serum creatinine ...

Diabetes spending has increased, mostly due to prescription ...

Managing diabetes has become more expensive in the past 20 years, mostly due to more spending on drugs, a study found, while a second paper suggested ...

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