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Editorial Hindrik Mulder As Editor-in-Chief of Diabetologia, I am pleased and proud to bring you…

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People with ‘healthy obesity’ are still at increased risk of disease

Embargo: 2301H UK time Thursday 10 June A new study published in Diabetologia (the journal…

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Diabetes remission diet also lowers blood pressure and reduces need for medication

Embargo 2301H time Monday 31 May   New research has shown that if people achieve…

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COVID-19: large meta-analysis shows people with more advanced diabetes have higher risk of death from SARS-CoV-2

Embargo 2301H UK time Wednesday 28 April A new systematic review and meta-analysis published in…

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Study shows that regular physical activity is an effective strategy to prevent type 2 diabetes, including for people in polluted areas

Embargo: 2301H UK time Thursday 4 March New research published in Diabetologia (the journal of…

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New data on COVID-19 patients with diabetes show that one in five die within 28 days of hospital admission

Embargo: 2301H UK time Wednesday 17 February Updated results from the CORONADO study, analysing the…

Higher excess COVID-19 death risk in middle-aged people with type 2 diabetes raises vaccine prioritisation questions

Embargo:  2301H UK time Mon 8 Feb A largescale analysis led by the University of…

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Study of 1.3 million people reveals the devastating impact and hidden danger of type 2 diabetes diagnosis in younger adults

Embargo 2301H UK time Monday 14 December Type 2 diabetes and its complications are often…

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Diabetes set to devastate India’s metropolitan cities, with more than half of men and two thirds of women currently aged 20 years projected to develop the condition in their lifetime

Embargo: 2301H UK time Monday 23 November Disturbing new research published in Diabetologia (the journal…

Type 1 diabetes could begin in the womb, new research suggests

Previously it was thought that children under six months could only develop neonatal diabetes New…

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