The risk of heart failure in patients taking medication for type 2 diabetes was analyzed by 2 recent studies.
The possible role of viruses in the development of diabetes was analyzed by two recent studies.
Two recent studies highlighted some differences among ethnic groups in risk and incidence of diabetes.
Recent studies looked at how often patients underuse insulin due to cost, whether Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program participation reduces cost-related nonadherence, and how high deductibles affect the timing of care for macrovascular
One study found that wider diabetes screening made a cardiovascular disease (CVD) prediction tool less accurate, while other research evaluated the ability of coronary artery calcium testing and a neuropathy questionnaire to identify type 2 diabetes
Treatment of type 2 diabetes with bariatric surgery was discussed by several recent publications, including updated guidelines from a group of medical specialty organizations.
Intensive blood pressure control may increase diabetic patients' risk of stroke or coronary heart disease, a group of researchers recently concluded in two separate publications.
One review looked at rates of sleep disorders in patients with diabetes, another study found that the combination of impaired glucose tolerance and a sleep disorder increases mortality risk, and patient interviews revealed benefits and barriers to
One recent study in older patients with type 1 diabetes found an association between a recent history of severe hypoglycemia and impaired cognition, while another suggested that continuous subcutaneous insulin infusions are safe and effective in
Two recent studies and FDA approval of the first “artificial pancreas” highlight new technological advances in type 1 diabetes care.