Researchers found a significantly higher rate of short-term complications and resource utilization for black patients compared with white patients after bariatric surgery.
Researchers found high rates of dyslipidemia and abnormal HbA1c, including 2 cases of diabetes, after screening for cardiovascular risk factors in middle school students.
Eating red raspberries may help with glucose control in people with prediabetes.
An integrated collaborative care intervention resulted in modest improvements in weight loss and depressive symptoms in adults with obesity and depression.
The weight loss benefits of smartphone-based behavioral obesity treatment are similar to those of intensive group-based treatment for obesity.
Docosahexaenoic acid supplements given to mothers during pregnancy may lower systolic and diastolic blood pressure associated with overweight and obesity in their children.
The frequency of dietary self-monitoring is significantly associated with weight loss.
Gestational weight gain in excess of guidelines from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) is associated with increased risk of severe maternal morbidity.
Offering breakfast in the classroom increased the number of students participating in the subsidized school food program but also increased incidence and prevalence of obesity.
A higher body mass index was associated with increased deiodinase activity, which in turn was associated with higher levels of glucose during pregnancy.
A behavioral weight loss intervention is effective among overweight and obese individuals with serious mental illness (SMI), regardless of their diabetes status.