More than 82% US adults with type 2 diabetes meet the criteria to be prescribed the drugs, yet only 9% use either of them.
The risk for diabetes is increased after COVID-19 infection, even during the current phase dominated by omicron variants, according to a research letter published online Feb. 14 in JAMA Network Open.
For people with prediabetes, vitamin D supplementation also raises the likelihood of return to normal glucose regulation, physician-researchers say.
A sizable percentage of patients with diabetes do not consistently take prescribed medications to lower cholesterol, glucose or blood pressure, investigators say.
The American Diabetes Association on Monday released its 2023 standards of care, including updates on prevention, diagnosis and treatment in a framework of equity.
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Cholesterol and diabetes drugs were found to lower the prevalence of any type of age-related macular degeneration by 15% and 22%, respectively.
Black patients with a diabetic foot ulcer are more likely to have a lower limb amputated earlier than non-Hispanic White counterparts, a new study finds.
Incentivizing patients to follow a lifestyle modification program helps them to improve a full range of diabetes-related health measures, according to a new meta-analysis.
If approved, it would be the first new drug identified to treat this disease of the heart in a decade, according to Cleveland Clinic researchers.
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