Youth-onset diabetes linked to higher Alzheimer's risk
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 Landmark study sheds new light on the heterogeneity of type 2 diabetesLandmark study sheds new light on the heterogeneity of type 2 diabetes
 
A landmark study by the DZD, published in 'The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology', sheds new light on the heterogeneity of type 2 diabetes.
 
 
 Youth-onset diabetes linked to higher Alzheimer's riskYouth-onset diabetes linked to higher Alzheimer's risk
 
Young people with diabetes may have a significantly higher risk of developing Alzheimer's disease later in life, according to a new study by researchers in the Lifecourse Epidemiology of Adiposity and Diabetes (LEAD) Center at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
 
   AVAnT1A study: Investigating early COVID-19 vaccination and type 1 diabetes risk in childrenAVAnT1A study: Investigating early COVID-19 vaccination and type 1 diabetes risk in children
 
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that leads to disrupted glucose metabolism. It requires lifelong insulin therapy.
 
   Underdiagnosed and common: Study highlights neuropathy's hidden tollUnderdiagnosed and common: Study highlights neuropathy's hidden toll
 
Neuropathy, the nerve damage that causes pain and numbness in the feet and hands and can eventually lead to falls, infection and even amputation, is very common and underdiagnosed, according to a study published in the May 8, 2024, online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.
 
   Higher consumption of ultra-processed foods linked to elevated mortality riskHigher consumption of ultra-processed foods linked to elevated mortality risk
 
The relationship between ultra-processed food (UPF) intake and all-cause and cause-specific death.
 
 Study reveals altered protein rhythms linked to metabolic disorders in night shift workers
 
Study reveals altered protein rhythms linked to metabolic disorders in night shift workersJust a few days on a night shift schedule throws off protein rhythms related to blood glucose regulation, energy metabolism and inflammation, processes that can influence the development of chronic metabolic conditions.
 
 
 Study uncovers alcohol's damaging effects on brain cells through oxidative stress
 
Study uncovers alcohol's damaging effects on brain cells through oxidative stressAlcohol exposure leads to accumulation of oxidatively damaged proteins in neuronal cells. Differentiated cells are more susceptible to alcohol-induced oxidative protein damage despite higher resistance to cytotoxicity.
 
 
 Enhanced weight loss outcomes with GLP-1 analogues and bupropion/naltrexone combination
 
Enhanced weight loss outcomes with GLP-1 analogues and bupropion/naltrexone combinationA study explores the additive effects of combining GLP-1 analog with bupropion/naltrexone on weight loss, finding potential benefits even for those initially unresponsive to monotherapy.
 
 
 Aerobic exercise proves most effective for combating obesity-related inflammation
 
Aerobic exercise proves most effective for combating obesity-related inflammationNew research being presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Venice, Italy (12-15 May), reveals the anti-inflammatory power of moderate-to-vigorous aerobic exercise in adults living with the low-grade inflammation of obesity, shedding light on its potential to help prevent multiple metabolic diseases including type 2 diabetes and atherosclerosis (clogged arteries).
 
 
 Semaglutide shows significant weight loss and health benefits in four-year obesity study
 
Semaglutide shows significant weight loss and health benefits in four-year obesity studyA study in Nature Medicine evaluated the effects of semaglutide on weight and anthropometric outcomes in adults with obesity but without diabetes, finding significant weight loss and improved health metrics over four years. The study also highlighted the safety and tolerability of semaglutide across different BMI categories.
 
 
 Understanding the impact of blood glucose levels on birth complications in gestational diabetes
 
Understanding the impact of blood glucose levels on birth complications in gestational diabetesThe higher the blood sugar level in pregnant women when first diagnosed with diabetes, the higher the risk of complications around and after birth, according to research presented at the 26th European Congress of Endocrinology in Stockholm.
 
 
 SHINE trial reveals risks of high blood sugar in post-thrombolysis stroke care
 
SHINE trial reveals risks of high blood sugar in post-thrombolysis stroke careAn ambitious, nationwide clinical trial led by UVA Health's Karen Johnston, MD, has provided doctors with long-needed insights into the importance of managing stroke patients' blood sugar after treatment with clot-busting therapy.
 
 
 Obesity, metabolic syndrome impact breast cancer subtypes and mortality
 
Obesity, metabolic syndrome impact breast cancer subtypes and mortalityIn the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) randomized trial, a low-fat diet reduced breast cancer mortality, especially in women with more metabolic syndrome (MetS) components (obesity, high blood pressure, elevated blood sugar, and abnormal cholesterol).
 
 
 New joint guideline highlights importance of coordinated care for peripheral artery disease
 
New joint guideline highlights importance of coordinated care for peripheral artery diseaseTimely diagnosis and proper management of peripheral artery disease (PAD), including coordinated care from a multispecialty team, are essential to help prevent amputation and other cardiovascular complications and to allow patients with PAD to live longer lives with better physical function and improved quality of life, according to a new joint guideline published today in the American Heart Association's flagship, peer-reviewed journal...