Evidence of improved cardiovascular risk for people with diabetes in England between 1994 and 2009

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This study evaluated trends in cardiovascular risk factors among people with diabetes. Data obtained as part of the Health Survey for England (HSE) between 1994 and 2009 were examined with particular focus on the differences between men and women and between social classes. It was important to investigate possible trends so that the impact of [read the full story…]

People with symptoms of psychosis have a higher risk of diabetes.

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Effective management of diabetes can be complicated by other chronic conditions.  This analysis of World Health Organization’s survey looked for an association between symptoms of psychosis and the prevalence of diabetes. Clinical question: Are people with psychotic symptoms more likely to have diabetes? The evidence: The researchers interviewed a sample of patients from the WHO [read the full story…]

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