Part of Diabetes TrialNet since 2004, Cleveland Clinic Children’s screens individuals for antibodies indicating high risk of type 1 diabetes. Those at risk can get further monitoring and potentially preventive treatment.
Lifestyle changes to reduce the impact of modifiable risk factors may be a more desirable alternative for preventing atrial fibrillation and its sequelae, including stroke, than antiarrhythmia medications.
Study finds using CTA to identify CAD and stenting moderate-to-severe lesions fails to improve outcomes in asymptomatic diabetic patients
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Bariatric surgery is one viable option for curbing the long-term effects of obesity – and both the American Diabetes Association and American Heart Association agree. Here we explore the associated costs and benefits.