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Genetics might explain why some patients don't respond to exercise

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Nov 24, 2014

A study in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism suggests some diabetes patients may be genetically less likely to respond to exercise, thwarting the potential of physical activity to improve outcomes. Researchers said identifying patients who are nonresponsive to physical activity may help guide better, more personalized care, including novel approaches. DailyRx.com (11/22)


Brown fat may help control glucose among patients with diabetes

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Nov 26, 2014

U.S. diabetes care costs soar, study finds

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

Vegetable-based diet more effective than drugs in diabetes care

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Nov 26, 2014

Better outcomes seen with mobile telehealth program for diabetes

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Nov 24, 2014

People on ketogenic diet show reduced hunger, data suggest

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Nov 24, 2014

PCI tied to higher heart, death risk for diabetes patients

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

Survey: 68% of older U.S. adults have multiple chronic conditions

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

Study: Yogurt consumption associated with lower risk of diabetes

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Nov 26, 2014

Health insurance may not bolster chronic disease care

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Nov 25, 2014


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