Diabetes - Diagnosis & Treatment Resource Center
EHRs could help identify undiagnosed Type 2 diabetes March 03, 2016By Leah LawrenceElectronic health records could be an untapped resource for helping to identify patients with undiagnosed type 2 diabetes. Intensive BP treatment may harm people with diabetes, low BP levels March 02, 2016By Leah LawrenceThe effects of blood pressure treatment in people with type 2 diabetes may depend on the blood pressure level prior to treatment. Two nights of extra sleep reverse sleep-loss diabetes markers February 11, 2016By Leah LawrenceA new study finds that two nights of 10 hours of sleep can reduce the risk of diabetes in young, healthy males. Small reductions in HbA1C could equal big cost savings February 11, 2016By Leah LawrenceA U.K. study finds that incremental population-wide improvements in glycemic control for people with diabetes could result in large healthcare savings. Pancreatic fat loss may reverse type 2 diabetes January 08, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNAs little as 1 gram of fat loss—albeit from the pancreas—may be the key to reversing type 2 diabetes, according to new research from the U.K. Could metformin be the fountain of youth? January 08, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNA new clinical trial is underway to determine if metformin can slow the aging process, in addition to managing type 2 diabetes. Depressed diabetes patients at higher risk of comorbidities November 23, 2015By Rachael Zimlich RNDepression, coupled with diabetes, can lead to poor clinical outcomes and a number of comorbidities, according to new research. Interval exercise ideal to thwart diabetes development November 23, 2015By Rachael Zimlich RNThirty minutes of high-intensity interval exercise five days a week can delay diabetes development, according to new research. Elderly reduced cognition linked to type 2 diabetes July 21, 2015By Tracey WalkerHarvard researchers discovered a link between T2DM and a chronic negative effect on cognitive and decision-making skills. Diabetes prevention: It takes a village July 13, 2015By Tracey WalkerModifying neighborhood environments may represent a complementary, population-based approach to prevention of type 2 diabetes.