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Transparent blue image of human heart with monitored beat to show that electrocardiogram results can predict diabetes

Machine Leaning Predicts Early Type 2 Diabetes Using Electrocardiogram Data

A predictive machine learning algorithm can identify those with early stage type 2 diabetes based purely on signs of disordered heart beat.
Man using blood sugar measurement device to monitor diabetes

Protein May Predict Risk of Type 2 Diabetes and Death from Cancer

A new study finds people with elevated levels of the protein prostasin are at higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and people with both elevated levels of the protein and high blood sugar are at significantly greater risk of dying from cancer.
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Type 2 Diabetes Risk Increased by Pediatric Liver Disease

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the most common pediatric liver disease, affecting millions of children in the United States. Now researchers demonstrate a connection between NAFLD and diabetes risk.
Researchers from Queen Mary University find that genetic risk scores help predict type 2 diabetes in people of south Asian origin

Polygenic Risk Scores Help Predict Type 2 Diabetes Risk in South Asians

Queen Mary University of London researchers evaluated whether genetic variants linked to type 2 diabetes in Europeans are also relevant in British Pakistani and Bangladeshi people.
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Eli Lilly’s Double-Target Type 2 Diabetes Drug Approved by FDA

Eli Lilly gains approval for potential new type 2 diabetes blockbuster drug Monjauro, which activates both glucagon-like peptide-1 and glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide.
Woman injecting insulin, daily diabetes care during COVID-19

Diverse Study of Genetic Risks for Type 2 Diabetes Should Improve Future Predictions

A large study of type 2 diabetes in different ethnic populations will improve future genetic risk predictions, according to an international group of researchers.
Man using blood sugar measurement device to monitor diabetes

AI Analysis of Pancreatic Scans Could Improve Type 2 Diabetes Diagnoses

A deep learning algorithm developed by NIH researchers could help diagnose type 2 diabetes in the future, suggest results from a new study.
Unseen woman pricking their finger to test their blood sugar level

Researchers Uncover Insights into Amyloid and Type 2 Diabetes Link

Scientists from the University of Leeds report they have been able to identify the step-by-step changes that take place in the molecule known as human islet amyloid polypeptide, or hIAPP, as it changes into amyloid.
Adrenal gland cancer, illustration

Risk for Type 2 Diabetes, Hypertension from Benign Adrenal Tumors Higher Than Thought

Benign adrenal tumors are more likely to secrete potentially damaging cortisol hormone than previously thought, putting more people at risk for type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure than suggested by earlier studies.
Man using blood sugar measurement device to monitor diabetes

Removing Damaged Fat Cells Could Improve Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms

Clearing dysfunctional fat cells at least once a month reduced symptoms and slowed down the development of type 2 diabetes in a mouse model, which researchers believe could translate to humans at risk of developing the condition in the future.