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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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Managing Obesity in 2015: Setting the Framework and Assessing All of the Options

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Novo Nordisk.

This CME activity is based on the slides and lectures presented by the faculty at the symposium, Managing Obesity in…
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VIDEO: FLAT-SUGAR investigators continue to explore role of glucose variability in diabetes-related complications

June 13, 2016
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Secondary Prevention of Atherothrombotic Events: Current Insights on Advancing Science

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Merck & Co.

Prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) is critical in light of its associated mortality, morbidity, and economic…
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