Type 2 diabetes remission possible for those with lower BMI
Having a normal BMI is no barrier to experiencing type 2 diabetes remission with a structured weight-loss program, show U.K. results.
Could AI tool identify type 1 diabetes earlier in childhood?
In the U.K., approximately 25% of children with type 1 diabetes are diagnosed while they are in diabetic ketoacidosis, a figure that has remained...
New HF guidelines feature ‘quad’ therapy, tweaked terminology
They include new generalist-friendly labels for the traditional but obscurely named four stages of HF that, it is hoped, will have wider reach and...
SCORED: Sotagliflozin shows robust MACE benefit
Trial results in patients with diabetes, CKD, and high CVD risk showed robust benefits across MACE outcomes, distinguishing sotagliflozin from the...
Below the belt: sexual dysfunction overlooked in women with diabetes
The most commonly reported issues were decreased sexual desire, lubrication problems, orgasmic dysfunction, and pain.
Calcium scores predict sudden-death risk in preclinical CAD
The findings strengthen the case for initial CAC imaging as a gatekeeper to further testing in some primary-prevention patients, researchers say...
Hybrid ACC 2022 resurrects the live scientific session
The ACC offers a traditional in-person meeting spanning all of cardiology paired with what could be a lasting legacy of the pandemic, a robust,...
Finerenone + SGLT2 inhibitor of benefit in diabetes with CKD?
Results from FIDELITY, a prespecified analysis of data from two pivotal trials of finerenone, hints of an additive benefit with SGLT2 inhibitors...
Limited benefits of early gestational diabetes screening
While the study did not find significant differences in maternal or neonatal outcomes for women screened early versus at the standard 24-28 weeks...
Inadequate routine diabetes screening common in HIV
People with HIV are known to be at an increased risk of diabetes and the long-term complications of the disease.