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New Results from NIDDK-funded Research Add to Understanding of Diabetes in Youth

Dr. Thomas Inge, lead researcher for an NIH-funded study of bariatric surgery in teens, sees a patient at Children’s Hospital Colorado in Denver.
Dr. Thomas Inge, lead researcher for an NIH-funded study of bariatric surgery in teens, sees a patient at Children’s Hospital Colorado in Denver. Credit: Children’s Hospital Colorado.

Results from three newly published NIDDK-funded studies—TrialNet, RISE, and Teen-LABS—reveal findings about youth and diabetes. Read more

Study Finds That Ultra-Processed Foods Lead to Weight Gain

Two doctors talk with a study participant sitting in a hospital bed.
Researchers from the National Institutes of Health Kevin D. Hall, Ph.D., center, and Stephanie Chung, M.B.B.S., right, talk with a study participant at the NIH Clinical Center. Credit: Jennifer Rymaruk, NIDDK

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

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