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Improving Glycemic Control May Prevent Dementia

Improving Glycemic Control May Prevent Dementia

In type 2 diabetes, improving glycemic control may decrease dementia risk.

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High-Protein Diets May Improve Glucose Control in Type 2 Diabetes

High-Protein Diets May Improve Glucose Control in Type 2 Diabetes

Patients with type 2 diabetes may benefit from a high-protein diet.

At-Home Use of 'Artificial Beta Cell' Beneficial in Type 1 Diabetes

At-Home Use of 'Artificial Beta Cell' Beneficial in Type 1 Diabetes

A closed-loop system improved glucose control, reduced hypoglycemia in type 1 diabetes.

Empagliflozin Reduced CV Death in High-Risk Diabetes Patients

Empagliflozin Reduced CV Death in High-Risk Diabetes Patients

Empagliflozin linked to lower risk for hospitalizations for heart failure and CV death in type 2 diabetes patients with high CVD risk.

Acute Coronary Syndromes More Common in Women With Diabetes

Acute Coronary Syndromes More Common in Women With Diabetes

Women with diabetes more likely to have heart disease than men.

Childhood Obesity Linked to Lack of Garden Access

Childhood Obesity Linked to Lack of Garden Access

Young children without garden access more likely to be obese.

Daytime Sleepiness, Long Naps Up Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Daytime Sleepiness, Long Naps Up Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Risk for diabetes increased by more than 40%.

Organic Pollutant Exposure May Raise Gestational Diabetes Risk

Organic Pollutant Exposure May Raise Gestational Diabetes Risk

Women exposed in early pregnancy have four times the risk for gestational diabetes.

Toddler May Be Youngest Person Ever Diagnosed With Type 2 Diabetes

Toddler May Be Youngest Person Ever Diagnosed With Type 2 Diabetes

Researcher reports on 3-year-old girl with type 2 diabetes.

Pesticide Exposure Tied to Diabetes Risk

Pesticide Exposure Tied to Diabetes Risk

Exposure associated with a 61% increased risk for diabetes.

Cardiovascular Event Risk Higher in Women vs. Men With Diabetes

Cardiovascular Event Risk Higher in Women vs. Men With Diabetes

Prevention of cardiovascular events in women with diabetes should be approached differently from men with the disease.

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