Twenty-five percent of people with type 2 diabetes and 12% of people with type 1 diabetes had depression.
Researchers examined the efficacy of cognitive behavioral group therapy on preventing weight regain or modifying cardiovascular risk factors and psychological well-being.
Updated meta-analysis confirms the association between antidepressant drug (AD) use and incident diabetes. Future studies should be aimed at evaluating the effect of single AD on the risk of developing T2D.
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