Diabetes Overtreatment in Complex Patients Common, Dangerous Diabetes Overtreatment in Complex Patients Common, Dangerous
Many patients with type 2 diabetes are overtreated, leading to more than 9000 preventable hospital visits over 2 years, a modeling study found.Medscape Medical News
Condition: Type 2 Diabetes Intervention: Diagnostic Test: Continuous glucose monitoring Sponsors: Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Medicas y Nutricion Salvador Zubiran; AztraZeneca Recruiting
2019 NIDDK Administrative Speaker Series The series is an opportunity for NIDDK staff to learn about the important science NIDDK conducts and supports. It is also an excellent way to inspire our administrative staff, as it allows them a chance to hear and see how their roles contribute to and/or impact the work of the scientists.Air date: 10/9/2019 1:00:00 PM
Mediterranean diet: The role of long-chain ω-3 fatty acids in fish; polyphenols in fruits, vegetables, cereals, coffee, tea, cacao and wine; probiotics and vitamins in prevention of stroke, age-related cognitive decline, and Alzheimer disease. Rev Neurol (Paris). 2019 Sep 11;: Authors: Román GC, Jackson RE, Gadhia R, Román AN, Reis J Abstract The mechanisms of action of the dietary components of the Mediterranean diet are reviewed in prevention of cardiovascular disease, stroke, age-associated cognitive decline and Alzheimer disease. A companion article provides a comprehensive revi...
Research presented at the Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes in Barcelona has linked obesity to a nearly 6-fold increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and proves the most dominant risk factor over others such as genetics and lifestyle.Medical Xpress
TYPE 2 diabetes is a life-long condition that requires daily monitoring to stave off the risks. While it may seem daunting, making simple lifestyle tweaks can keep the dangers at bay. Evidence suggests eating a popular ingredient may help to manage the condition.
CONCLUSIONS: Hypocaloric, plant-based short-term dietary oatmeal interventions significantly reduced mean blood glucose levels and mean required daily insulin doses in a critically ill and septic patient on the intensive care unit. PMID: 31519290 [PubMed - in process]
CONCLUSION: This systematic review and meta-analysis indicated that green tea significantly reduced the circulating levels of CRP, whereas, it had no significant effect on MDA and TAC. Overall, green tea can be considered as a healthy drink to reduce CRP levels in T2DM patients. PMID: 31519281 [PubMed - in process]
CONCLUSIONS: Diabetes coverage does not fully align with incidence of diabetes among Australians, and problematic language practices such as the labelling of people as 'diabetics' continue to occur. SO WHAT?: Given the agenda-setting function of the news media, new strategies may be needed to change how Australian metropolitan and national newspapers cover diabetes, especially in relation to incorporating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices and perspectives. PMID: 31520565 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
People with poor lifestyle and obesity are at greater risk of incident T2D – regardless of their genetic risk Related items fromOnMedica Majority of patients ignorant of obesity link to cancer Health system ‘all too often’ lets down people with diabetes Many patients ignore symptoms of diabetes Annual diabetes checks still being missed Tackling obesity ‘must be made a national priority’
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