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Diabetes complication rates fall markedly in the US, says CDC study | The BMJ

Rates of five serious complications related to diabetes—myocardial infarction, stroke, end stage kidney failure, lower limb amputation, and death from hyperglycemia — have all decreased among adults with diabetes in the US over the past two decades, according to a new study by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - currently located behind a paywall. Your institution may have access through Athens/Elservier or similar.  
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Diabetes complication rates fall markedly in the US, says CDC study

Rates of five serious complications related to diabetes—myocardial infarction, stroke, end stage kidney failure, lower limb amputation, and death from hyperglycemia — have all decreased among adults with diabetes in the US over the past two decades, according to a new study by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).1  
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Diabetes complication rates fall markedly in the US, says CDC study

Rates of five serious complications related to diabetes—myocardial infarction, stroke, end stage kidney failure, lower limb amputation, and death from hyperglycemia — have all decreased among adults with diabetes in the US over the past two decades, according to a new study by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).1  
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Gillian Astbury death: Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust fined over patient death - BBC News

The health trust which ran Stafford Hospital is fined £200,000 for failing a diabetic patient who died in its care.  
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Gillian Astbury death: Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust fined - BBC News

The health trust which ran Stafford Hospital is fined £200,000 for failing a diabetic patient, Gillian Astbury, who died in its care.  
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Inactivity, disability, and death are all interlinked

Physical activity has long been recognised as an important determinant of health and longevity, and many countries have explicit physical activity guidelines for promoting health.1 2 The corollary of this is that people who do not meet the guidelines, a substantial proportion of the population,3 are at risk of worse health. However, relatively little attention has been given to the question of how much activity is needed to make a difference. Although this is not explicitly their primary purpose, two new papers shed light on this question. Dunlop and colleagues (doi:10.1136/bmj.g2472) followed a cohort of people who had mild to moderate osteoarthritis or were at risk of osteoarthritis to look at the development of disability over two years.4 Cooper and colleagues (doi:10.1136/bmj.g2219) estimated the relation between physical capability in midlife—as indicated by grip strength, chair rise speed, and standing balance—and later mortality.5 Both showed that the relation between inactivity and risk of disability or death is not linear: people …  
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Inactivity, disability, and death are all interlinked

Physical activity has long been recognised as an important determinant of health and longevity, and many countries have explicit physical activity guidelines for promoting health.1 2 The corollary of this is that people who do not meet the guidelines, a substantial proportion of the population,3 are at risk of worse health. However, relatively little attention has been given to the question of how much activity is needed to make a difference. Although this is not explicitly their primary purpose, two new papers shed light on this question. Dunlop and colleagues (doi:10.1136/bmj.g2472) followed a cohort of people who had mild to moderate osteoarthritis or were at risk of osteoarthritis to look at the development of disability over two years.4 Cooper and colleagues (doi:10.1136/bmj.g2219) estimated the relation between physical capability in midlife—as indicated by grip strength, chair rise speed, and standing balance—and later mortality.5 Both showed that the relation between inactivity and risk of disability or death is not linear: people …  
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Death rates fell significantly after Massachusetts implemented 2006 health reform

Death from all causes in non-elderly residents of Massachusetts—those age 20 to 64—fell by 2.9% in the four years after it implemented its 2006 health reform law, and deaths from causes amenable to healthcare interventions fell by 4.5%, a new study says.1  
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Sitting while working can increase risk of diabetes - BBC News

British researchers believe sitting for long periods of time can increase the risk of diabetes, heart disease and even death  
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almost 7 years ago
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Journal club: Raised glucose levels predict death for patients with pneumonia

Stream Journal club: Raised glucose levels predict death for patients with pneumonia by BMJ talk medicine from desktop or your mobile device  
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Death discussions 'taboo' for many in UK, survey finds - BBC News

Discussing dying and making end of life plans remain taboo for many Britons, a survey finds.  
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almost 7 years ago
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Constant arguing 'increases premature death risk' - BBC News

Having frequent arguments with partners, friends or relatives can increase the risk of death in middle-age, say Danish researchers.  
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Egypt: Deadly risks, but female genital mutilation persists - BBC News

As a doctor and the father of a girl face trial in Egypt accused of causing her death through female genital mutilation, the BBC's Orla Guerin explores why the procedure is still popular, despite deadly risks and a ban.  
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almost 7 years ago