Type 1 Diabetes Research Updates

For Medical Professionals

A study in Diabetic Medicine explored the association between the transition from pediatric to adult healthcare and children’s self-care and glycemic control.
The extent to which patients are compliant with their type 1 diabetes treatment may have an effect on their mortality risk.
Researchers explored the effects of both acute and chronic exercise on patients’ management of type 1 diabetes.
Researchers in Australia explored the frequency of decreasing insulin requirements in pregnant women with type 1 diabetes, as well as the effects on newborns.
More efforts should be made to help reduce the long-term health impacts of poor eating habits in adolescents with type 1 diabetes.
Glycemic control is an important part of type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) management. What factors make some children with T1DM more likely to have poor glycemic control than others?
A study in PLoS Medicine explored the risks of cardiovascular disease and mortality in adults with type 1 diabetes.
A recent study in the Southern Medical Journal explores misclassifications of type 1 diabetes in adolescents, and potential effects on patients’ risks of related complications.
Is there a relationship between parental stress and the emotional and physical outcomes of adolescents with type 1 diabetes?
The age at which a person develops type 1 diabetes may affect their risk for clinically significant macular edema.
It is well known that exercising can help people with diabetes manage their condition—but could the order in which patients complete their workout regimen have an effect on blood glucose levels?
A study was published comparing the effects of a mixture of insulin lispro and insulin glargine on glycemic control, and the subjects were young adults with type 1 diabetes.
Researchers looked at infant and toddler type 1 diabetes. They compared the impact that pre-pubertal duration of type 1 diabetes has on the occurrence of diabetic retinopathy and other complications in 2 groups of patients.
In a study, researchers looked at the body composition changes in children in the first year after being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes; and they related this to cardiovascular risk markers.
Researchers looked at whether infections (ie, measles, mumps, and rubella) were associated with type 1 diabetes incidence.
UK researchers examined the link between poor numeracy skills and glycemic control in patients with type 1 diabetes. Article explains what researchers discovered in this type 1 diabetes study.
Researchers found more evidence to support that interferon therapy is linked with the development of type 1 diabetes.
The artificial pancreas concept is progressing toward reality thanks to work driven by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, FDA, and other organizations.