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Interesting Endo: Fracture Risk, Obesity, and Sleep

Interesting Endo: Fracture Risk, Obesity, and Sleep

  • Interesting Endocrinology: Fracture Risk, Obesity, and Sleep

  • Impact of FRAX-Based Osteoporosis Intervention Using Real World Data. Abstract link.

  • Bone Marrow Fat Changes After Gastric Bypass Surgery Are Associated With Loss of Bone Mass. Abstract link.

  • Association of Glycemic Control With Reduced Risk of Large Vessel Disease After More Than 50 Years of Type 1 Diabetes. Abstract link.

  • Factors Associated With Achieving a Body Mass Index of Less Than 30 After Bariatric Surgery. Abstract link.

  • Does Bariatric Surgery Prevent Progression of Diabetic Retinopathy? Abstract link.

  • Longer Sleep Is Associated With Lower BMI and Favorable Metabolic Profiles in UK Adults: Findings From the National Diet and Nutrition Survey. Abstract link.

  • Evidence That Children Born at Early Term (37-38 6/7 Weeks) Are at Increased Risk for Diabetes and Obesity-Related Disorders. Abstract link.

Click through the slides above for our monthly at-a-glance reviews of recent studies of interest to endocrinologists. Among our August topics:

• Most accurate criteria for assessing osteoporotic fracture risk

• Predictors of successful bariatric surgery

• Effects of sleep on BMI and metabolic profile

See the slide legends for links to the article summaries.

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