High caffeine levels may lower body fat, type 2 diabetes risks
Previous short-term studies have linked caffeine intake with reductions in weight and fat mass.
Diabetes drug tied to lower dementia risk
Risk for dementia is doubled in adults with T2DM, say the authors of a new paper.
Diet packed with fast food found hard on the liver
“Striking” elevations in steatosis were evident among persons with obesity and diabetes who consumed fast food, in comparison with their...
‘Key cause’ of type 2 diabetes identified
“This suggests a potential way in which the decline in beta-cell function in T2D might be slowed or prevented.”
Finerenone: ‘Striking’ cut in pneumonia, COVID-19 risks
Secondary analyses of the finerenone pivotal trials showed that the agent was linked with less infective pneumonia and blunted COVID-19 severity...
What’s the best time of day to exercise? It depends on your goals
When you exercise can ultimately have a big effect in terms of strength, fat loss, heart health, mood, and quality of sleep.
New guideline for in-hospital care of diabetes says use CGMs
Patients with diabetes or newly recognized hyperglycemia get admitted to every patient service in the hospital, and their glycemic management can...
ADA updates on finerenone, SGLT2 inhibitors, and race-based eGFR
ADA has made an interim change to its latest Standards of Medical Care, an update based on trial evidence and consensus about finerenone, SGLT2...
ADA prioritizes heart failure in patients with diabetes
Patients with diabetes should have annual screening for biomarkers of early-stage heart failure, and treatment should prioritize an SGLT2...
SGLT2 inhibitors as first-line therapy in type 2 diabetes?
Real-world study finds heart failure hospitalization reduction, compared with metformin but not MI, stroke, or overall mortality and with greater...