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Reproductive span tied to type 2 diabetes risk in postmenopausal women

July 28, 2016

Women who experience menopause before age 46 years or after age 55 years or who have a reproductive span shorter or longer than 30 to 45 years are at increased risk for developing type 2 diabetes, according to an analysis of Women’s Health Initiative data.

Age at menarche and menstrual cycle regularity were not associated with diabetes risk.

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Lifestyle intervention improves health-related quality of life in prediabetes, metabolic syndrome

July 28, 2016
Adults with prediabetes or metabolic syndrome assigned to an intensive 12-month lifestyle intervention program saw improvements in health-related quality of life, as…
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Portion-size preference does not determine BMI

July 28, 2016
Adults with overweight do not choose larger food portions than their normal-weight peers, according to recent findings. “Large portions of food are often blamed…
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Later-onset menarche, menopause associated with longevity

July 28, 2016
Women with later-onset menarche, later natural or surgical menopause and a longer reproductive lifespan are more likely to live to age 90 years vs. women with…
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FDA approves Adlyxin for type 2 diabetes

July 28, 2016
The FDA has approved the once-daily glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist Adlyxin, a once-daily injection to improve glycemic control along with diet and exercise in…
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Diabetic Eye 2015: New Concepts in Screening, Managing, and Referral

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Despite a number of effective treatment options, diabetic eye disease is a leading cause of vision loss in the United…
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VIDEO: More research needed on side effects of SGLT2 inhibitors in patients with diabetes

July 15, 2016
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Managing Today's EP Challenges with NOAC Use

This activity is supported by independent educational grants from Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.

This engaging activity featuring a superb faculty provides electrophysiologists and others with the best information…
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