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The Clinical and Public Health Challenges of Diabetes Prevention

July 26, 2016

The Clinical and Public Health Challenges of Diabetes Prevention

In an Editorial accompanying PLOS Medicine’s Special Issue on Diabetes Prevention, Guest Editors Nicholas Wareham and William Herman discuss challenges for researchers and policy makers in developing effective and equitable solutions to the worldwide problem of type 2 diabetes.

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Mothers after Gestational Diabetes in Australia (MAGDA)

In a randomized trial, Sharleen O'Reilly and colleagues investigate the effectiveness of a postnatal diabetes prevention program for reducing weight, waist circumference and fasting glucose for women who have had gestational diabetes. Read the linked Perspective.

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Mothers after Gestational Diabetes in Australia (MAGDA)

07/26/2016

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Exercise Training and Weight Gain in Obese Pregnant Women

In a randomized trial conducted by Trine Moholdt and colleagues, an exercise training intervention in pregnancy reduces incidence of gestational diabetes and blood pressure, but not weight gain. Read the linked Perspective

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Exercise Training and Weight Gain in Obese Pregnant Women

07/26/2016

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Leveraging Genetics to Advance Type 2 Diabetes Prevention

In this Perspective, Jose Florez discusses how information from genetics and genomics might predict individual responses to behavioral interventions and contribute to prevention of type 2 diabetes.

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Leveraging Genetics to Advance Type 2 Diabetes Prevention

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