Type 2 Diabetes Research Updates

For Medical Professionals

Primary care physicians (PCPs) are less likely to order recommended diabetes tests and statins for women than for men—even when these women had a history of at least one diabe

A higher intake of whole grains may be associated with a reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
A team of researchers in Seoul, Korea set out to understand how non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) might serve as a predictor for type 2 diabetes.
A study examined the association between both impaired sleep quality and amount of daytime sleepiness on patients’ diabetes control and self-management.
See whether the severity of diabetic retinopathy affects coronary heart disease or stroke risk in patients living with type 2 diabetes.
See whether caffeinated beverages like coffee and tea help to lower or raise the risk of T2D. Read the results of this study.
A lack of zinc has been associated with a number of chronic disorders, such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Can some lifestyle factors help young people reduce their cardiometabolic risk factors and lower their risk for type 2 diabetes?
What is the best treatment option for pregnant women with diabetes? Is metformin safer than insulin? A team led by researchers tackled these questions.
What role does dietary fiber intake play in the glycemic control of patients with type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes mellitus and obesity are both important public health concerns that require new and novel methods of stemming the diseases.
Researchers set out to explore the personal characteristics that may influence a person’s ability to manage hypertension and high blood cholesterol while living with type 2 diabetes.
Researchers explored the association between a healthy diet and risk of type 2 diabetes in women with a history of gestational diabetes.
Obese patients with type 2 diabetes may receive similar benefits from diabetes self-management interventions as patients who are not obese.
Can online self-management tools help patients with diabetes manage their condition as well as more direct contact with an experienced care manager?
The physical tolls of diabetes can be challenging for patients. However, a sometimes underexplored area of concern is the emotional burden faced by people living with diabetes.
Researchers examined the effect emotional coping has on diabetes self-care, including blood glucose testing, diet, and exercise.
According to research, Asian people who have type 2 diabetes are at an increased risk of developing certain types of cancer.
A Swedish study looked at if phthalates—used in plastics and make-up—increase the prevalence of type 2 diabetes in the elderly population.
Researchers looked at doctors’ attitudes about referring their patients who have type 2 diabetes for bariatric surgery. Is it common for doctors to recommend bariatric surgery for their patients with type 2 diabetes?
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