Diabetes: A Year in Review

DECEMBER 29, 2016
Ryan Black
As holiday meals digest and political squabbles (hopefully) fade to memory, the time has come to look back on the good that has come from the past year in medical research.

Diabetes is the focus of the day. An ever-growing public health concern, diabetes produces a constant stream of research on causation, interaction, and treatment. From observations about butter and questions about acne to findings about flu shots and platypus venom, dozens of fascinating studies came out in 2016 regarding the disease. Read on for a rundown of some of the best stories in the field from the past 12 months, and as always, keep abreast of all things new and noteworthy in the diabetes condition center.
 


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