The rise of brain glucose levels is blunted during hyperglycemia in adults with obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Data from 2550 patients indicated a possible relationship between admission hyperglycemia and poststroke infection.
Children born to mothers with gestational diabetes had elevated rates of abnormal glucose tolerance and were more likely to be overweight or obese.
A new ADA and EASD position statement along with the ADA's revised Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes have surprising updates.
Type 1 diabetes patients experienced improved glucose control and less hypoglycemia with use of an artificial pancreas vs. sensor-augmented pump therapy.
Artificial sweeteners can potentially make blood glucose levels rise despite containing no calories.
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