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From Annals of Internal Medicine

Ten studies from 2013 with potential to change endocrinology practice were summarized in Annals of Internal Medicine's annual Update in Endocrinology, published in the June 3 issue.
June 2014

ACP Diabetes Monthly

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The biomarker may be useful for predicting this condition, especially in areas that don't have access to retinal imaging, according to an analysis of ophthalmology patients in the United Kingdom and India.
May 2022

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Patients with diabetes and chronic kidney disease often had discordance between their HbA1c levels and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) data, with the HbA1c being significantly higher on average than the CGM-calculated glucose, a French study
May 2022

Keeping tabs

These results demonstrate within- and between-class differences, highlight the drawbacks of a binary interpretation of the results, particularly in the context of the current designs of noninferiority trials, and have
May 2022

Highlights

Our results highlight the importance of routine screening for kidney disease, particularly in adults with T1D and perhaps especially in those with obesity.” They also called for additional studies on the
February 2022

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An observational study based on U.S. data compared hazard ratios for death based on overall, unhealthy, and healthy low-carb diet scores according to percentage of energy obtained from total and subtypes of carbohydrate, protein, and fat.
May 2022

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An online survey of U.S. adults in mid-2020, most of whom were White women, found that those with diabetes were less likely to report resilience and more likely to experience depression than adults without diabetes.
December 2021

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A systematic review and meta-analysis of 76 randomized trials found that use of glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonists was associated with increased risk of gallbladder or biliary diseases, especially when used at higher doses, for longer
April 2022

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An industry-funded case-control study of data from a U.S. administrative claims database found that pregnancy, alcohol misuse, short or rapid-acting insulin, and smoking, among other conditions and medications, were independently associated with
April 2022

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