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Maintaining a consistent pattern of seven to eight hours of sleep during early to middle adulthood may lessen the risk for diabetes in women

Consistent Sleep in Early Adulthood May Cut Diabetes Risk

Findings seen in women; associations weakened after adjusting for obesity, other metabolic comorbidities
For men

Early Age at Puberty Linked to Increased T2DM Risk in Men

Early age at peak height velocity also an independent predictor for insulin treatment for T2DM
Use of the Fasting Algorithm for Singaporeans with Type 2 Diabetes facilitates safe intermittent fasting for patients with diabetes during Ramadan

Tool Aids Safe Fasting for T2DM Patients Observing Ramadan

Greater improvements in glycemic control seen for patients using fasting algorithm versus usual care
Diabetes screening practices vary widely and are only partially explained by patient

Wide Variation Seen in Screening Practices forType 2 Diabetes

Variation exists regardless of guideline-based screening strategy used
Women who survive domestic abuse are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular disease and to die from any cause

All-Cause Mortality Up in Female Domestic Abuse Survivors

Risk for mortality 44 percent higher compared with general population
Among women with a history of gestational diabetes mellitus

Genetic Risk Linked to T2DM in Women With History of GDM

Modest link found for genetic risk score with T2DM risk; link seems stronger for those with poorer dietary quality
The treatment benefits of bariatric surgery in adults are similar regardless of early- or adult-onset obesity

Bariatric Surgery Outcomes Similar Regardless of Obesity Onset

Impact on diabetes, microvascular complications similar regardless of BMI status at age 20 years
Most patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) undergoing bariatric surgery experience T2DM remission during five years of follow-up

T2DM Remission Rates Higher With RYGB Versus Sleeve Gastrectomy

T2DM remission rate higher, weight loss greater, relapse rate lower for RYGB versus sleeve gastrectomy
There is a significant increased risk for diabetes mellitus in postmenopausal women who are metabolically unhealthy

Regardless of Weight, Metabolic Health Tied to New Diabetes

Normal-weight but metabolically unhealthy women have twofold greater incidence of diabetes
Longer duration of lactation is associated with a lower risk for type 2 diabetes among women with a history of gestational diabetes mellitus

Longer Lactation Might Protect Against Type 2 Diabetes

Favorable glucose metabolic biomarker profile seen among women with a history of gestational diabetes