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Will different levels of care influence long term outcomes in diabetes? Yes, structured and systematic protocols aiming at specific targets and avoiding the risk of hypoglycemia promises less/no chances of development of complications in diabetes.

We have also included a brief update on the American Diabetes Association Clinical Practice Recommendations 2016.

Can coffee prevent diabetes? If so, which component? Read about these and much more in the December 2015 issue of JDC Diabetes Gems.

We wish all our readers a happy, healthy 2016!

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Exercise Benefits Last for Decades
A new research study shows that staying fit and exercising in your youth confers lifetime benefits. A prospective study looking at 4,872 adults aged 18 to 30 years old followed their fitness from March 25,1985 to August 31, 2011.........READ MORE

The Two Levels of Care for Diabetes in a Developing Country: Mechanisms for Improved Intermediate Health Outcomes
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Structured Personal Diabetes Care Reduced Mortality Rates in only Women
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American Diabetes Association publishes Clinical Practice Recommendations 2016
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Drug and device update
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 Editor Neethu Annie Simon (Unit head, JDC2, Kochi)

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