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More Diabetes Remission in T2DM Seen With Low-Carb Diets for Six Months

Large clinically important improvements observed in weight loss, triglycerides, and insulin sensitivity, which decreased at 12 months

Albuminuria Down in Adults With Newly Diagnosed T2DM

Improvements seen in glycemic, blood pressure, lipid control within the population partly explain decrease in albuminuria

Okada Test Article

Euglycemic DKA ID’d in T2DM Patients With COVID-19

Five cases of euDKA identified in patients with type 2 diabetes using SGLT2 inhibitors who developed SARS-CoV-2 infection

Acute AEs With Gadolinium-Based Contrast Agents Low in Cardiac MRI

Intensive Glycemic Control May Cut CV Autonomic Neuropathy Risk

Greatest CAN prevention effect seen among type 2 diabetes patients without cardiovascular disease history

B 12/4 - High Blood Sugar Ups COVID Risks

Age at T2DM Diagnosis Inversely Linked to Risk for Adverse Outcomes

One-year increase in age at diabetes diagnosis linked to lower risk for all-cause mortality and macrovascular, microvascular disease

Risk of Severe COVID-19 Up Among Those With Diabetes

Risk for severe COVID-19 similar among those with type 1 and type 2 diabetes

CDC: 26.4 Percent of U.S. Adults With Diabetes Meet ABCS Goals

Risk for Fatal Cardiovascular Events High in Many T2DM Patients

More than one-third of T2DM patients without established cardiovascular disease had very high risk for CV events

CVD Risk Higher in T2DM Even With Optimal Risk Factor Management

Those with T2DM with optimal risk factor control have greater risk for cardiovascular disease events versus those without T2DM

Metformin Recalled Due to Contamination With Carcinogen

AHA: Sotagliflozin Beneficial for T2DM With Heart Failure

Second study shows benefits among patients with type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease, risks for CVD

Mediterranean Diet Cuts Type 2 Diabetes Risk in Women

Risk reduction driven by improvement in insulin resistance, lipoprotein metabolism, and inflammation