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Currents provide brief summaries of the latest advances in medicine or clinical practice related to diabetes or hypertension and include links to additional resources.

 

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Underrecognized Impact of Pollution on Cardiovascular Disease: NEJM Review

April 2022

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  1. Underrecognized Impact of Pollution on Cardiovascular Disease: NEJM Review - April 2022
  2. Latest ADA Standards of Care Provide Updated Screening Thresholds and Opportunities for Personalized Therapeutics - March 2022
  3. Report Highlights Negative Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on U.S. Obesity Rates - February 2022
  4. National Kidney Foundation and American Society of Nephrology Recommend Race-Neutral Formulas to Diagnose Kidney Disease - January 2022
  5. American Diabetes Association and European Association for the Study of Diabetes Consensus Statement Highlights Importance of Accurate Diagnosis and Management of Type 1 Diabetes in Adults - December 2021
  6. TODAY2 Longitudinal Study Demonstrates High Burden of Long-Term Complications in Patients with Youth-Onset Type 2 Diabetes - November 2021
  7. American College of Cardiology Releases Guidance to Address ASCVD Risk for Patients With Persistent Hypertriglyceridemia - October 2021
  8. Study Shows Efpeglenatide Lowers Cardiovascular Disease Risk in High-Risk Patients with Type 2 Diabetes - September 2021
  9. Study Shows Significant Glycemic Improvement in Basal Insulin-Treated Type 2 Diabetes Patients with Continuous Glucose Monitoring - August 2021
  10. Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes Increase Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors and Future Development - June 2021
  11. American Heart Association Recommends Actions to Reduce Lower Extremity Amputations - May 2021
  12. Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Improves HbA1C and Blood Pressure - April 2021
  13. Social Determinants of Health in Diabetes: An American Diabetes Association Scientific Review  - March 2021
  14. Prospective Cohort Study Finds Both Artificially Sweetened Beverages and Sugary Drinks Associated with Increased Cardiovascular Disease Risk - January 2021
  15. Black Patients with Apparent Treatment-Resistant Hypertension May be at Risk for Underutilizing Evidence-Based Pharmacologic Treatments - December 2020
  16. Community Health Workers and Telehealth: Improving A1C Levels in Patients with Diabetes - October 2020
  17. Diabetes and COVID-19: Optimizing Care and Support for People with Diabetes During a Pandemic - August 2020
  18. Support for ACEi and ARB Use in the COVID-19 Era  - July 2020
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