Studies have shown that significant weight loss, through either metabolic (also known as bariatric) surgery or calorie restriction, may lead to remission in some people who have type 2 diabetes. Read more
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Health care professionals can help adolescents prevent obesity from becoming an unwanted side effect of the unique growth period they undergo on their way to adulthood. Read more
Learn about recent research on popular diets and how to advise patients with and without diabetes about consuming healthier foods and beverages. Read more
The approach to obesity management in people with diabetes can be much more challenging because of metabolic changes. Read more
Results from three newly published NIDDK-funded studies—TrialNet, RISE, and Teen-LABS—reveal findings about youth and diabetes. Read more
NIDDK researchers report results of the first randomized, controlled research on the effect of ultra-processed foods on energy intake and weight gain. Read more
NIDDK-funded study shows that gastric banding is equally effective as metformin in slowing progression of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. Read more
NIDDK-funded study follows mothers and their children 10-14 years after birth. Read more
NIH-funded study examines how BMI is affected by responsive parenting in infancy and early childhood. Read more
A mathematical model for estimating weight loss that you can use with your patients. Read more
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