Study showed gender-discordant metabolic impairment during puberty that was correlated with peak growth velocity in boys, but not in girls.
Only approximately half of pediatric patients with a blood pressure reading ≥95th percentile would be correctly classified based on their initial blood pressure reading.
Weaning to a hydrolyzed formula did not reduce the risk of type 1 diabetes in children with an increased disease risk.
Children with T1D had statistically significantly higher prevalence rates of hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and used more CV medication compared with a matched diabetes-free reference cohort in the period after the onset of diabetes.
Efforts to reduce takeaway meal consumption in children could have both short-term and long-term health benefits.
Increased odds of fractures in pediatric patients with asthma may be associated with systemic corticosteroid use, but not with inhaled corticosteroid use.
Study investigated the correlations between age and body composition with trabecular morphology in a cohort of healthy girls age 9 to 18.
Study evaluated the safety and efficacy of autoantigen-specific therapy with alum-formulated glutamate decarboxylase in nondiabetic children with multiple islet autoantibodies.
Findings accentuate the much greater concern regarding clinical outcomes in participants who did not respond to metformin monotherapy.
More research is needed in order to better estimate hypoglycemic frequency in this population, determine the causes of these hypoglycemic episodes, and determine whether it is the sulfonylurea dose or outside factors that play a larger role.
A previous diagnosis of asthma increases the risk for subsequent type 1 diabetes by 41%, but a previous diagnosis of type 1 diabetes decreases the risk of subsequent asthma by 18%.
Study sought to determine the optimal dosing of linagliptin for the treatment of children with type 2 diabetes.
Study sought to evaluate whether baseline autonomic dysfunction was predictive of future increases in urine albumin-creatinine ratio in pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes.
A study examined the efficacy and safety of predictive low-glucose management systems for the prevention of hypoglycemia in adolescents with type 1 diabetes.
Study underscores the need to focus on the peer context to understand the functioning of youths with type 1 diabetes.
An observational study was conducted by investigators to evaluate the progression of thyroid cancer in young individuals by ultrasonography.
Incentive-based approaches developed to improve daily adherence to a single behavioral process, such as blood glucose monitoring in adolescents, may not be as effective as multicomponent interventions that address emotional, social, and family processes of diabetes self-management.
More than half of today's children are expected to be obese at the age of 35 years, with about half of the prevalence occurring during childhood.
Recommendations for utilizing trend arrow data in a mobile continuous glucose monitoring system were recently issued for pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes.
Investigators assess maternal hyperglycemia exposure to fetus with neonatal health outcomes.
Islet and celiac disease autoimmunity were defined as a positive test result for islet or tissue transglutaminase autoantibodies at 2 clinic visits at least 3 months apart.
Investigators assessed the utilization of ATA risk stratification and TI-RADS ultrasound based systems for the assessment of pediatric thyroid nodules.
Among patients with childhood-onset type 1 diabetes, there is a very low incidence of end-stage renal disease.
A new study suggests that pancreatic exocrine dysfunction develops after initiation of islet cell autoimmunity, suggesting that exocrine dysfunction is related to diabetes disease pathogenesis itself.
There is a need for bridging the disconnect between policies that address underweight and overweight children and adolescents.
Higher-dose and specialized treatment content designed to help families maintain weight-control behaviors following family-based behavioral weight loss treatment enhances weight outcomes.
Study aimed to determine the effect of metformin on vascular health in children with T1D and above average weight.
Lower incidence of microalbuminuria was noted with the use of ACE inhibitors vs placebo.
Researchers assessed the impact of maternal gestational diabetes on insulin resistance and adiposity in adolescent offspring.
Study finds for the first time that during pregnancy the associations between serum 25OHD concentration and 2 single nucleotide polymorphisms are stronger in mothers of children with T1D.
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