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Using data from the SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth study, a new analysis suggests rates of type 1 diabetes in youth may increase by 65% between now and 2060, while rates of type 2 diabetes could increase more than 600% during that same period if left unchecked.
An analysis of data from type 1 diabetes prevention trials is shedding new light on factors associated with increased and decreased likelihood of screening for type 1 diabetes among participants considered eligible for each trial.
In this case report, a man in his 50s with a history of ESRD, alcoholic cirrhosis, and anemia presents to the emergency department for evaluation of generalized weakness after missing his last 2 dialysis appointments. Check out the ECG and determine the most likely cause of the rhythm!
Eight studies provided evidence to suggest the relationship between diabetes and the onset of frozen shoulder, but more high-quality cohort studies may be necessary to better understand the nature of the relationship.
The cross-sectional study evaluated the relationship between the mediating variable, distress, and pain and functionality in patients with fibromyalgia after controlling for age, gender, and income.
Applying a statistical model to estimate the effects of reducing sodium intake at a population level in Australia, investigators suggest adherence to World Health Organization benchmarks could prevent 6900 deaths from CVD, CKD, and stomach cancers annually.