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At the University of Florida, we’re asking questions to advance knowledge and understanding of diabetes through the collaboration of patient care providers, researchers and education leaders from multiple disciples under one roof. Our people are conducting basic research to clarify the mechanisms causing diabetes and related complications, and translational research to transform their research findings into clinical solutions. The shared technologies made available through resources provided by the University of Florida and private philanthropy allow our investigators to continue conducting state-of-the-art clinical research trials, moving us closer to a cure for diabetes.

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Accuracy of weight loss information in Spanish search engine results (Obesity)

Sep 27th, 2016

This study looked at the quality of available online weight loss resources that Spanish speakers in the U.S. are likely to access. View article here. Cardel et al. (2016). Accuracy […]

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Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis in Non-obese Patients: Not So Different After All (Hepatology)

Sep 27th, 2016

This study analyzed whether non-obese compared to obese patients with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis would have a lower risk of cirrhosis and a better overall long-term prognosis. View article here.  Cusi, K. […]

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2016 Presidential Address: Diabetes at 212- Confronting the Invisible Disease (Diabetes Journal)

Sep 27th, 2016

In his presidential address at the American Diabetes Association (ADA) 76th Scientific Sessions in New Orleans, LA, Dr, Schatz explains that we must not be complacent towards diabetes research and education. […]

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What the Primary Care Provider Needs to Know to Diagnose and Care for Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes (Pediatrics)

Sep 27th, 2016

Dayton and Silverstein assessed what is most essential for primary care providers to know about adolescent patients with Type 1 diabetes (T1D), so that they can help manage and prevent […]

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Path Analysis of campus walkability/bikeability and college students’ physical activity attitudes, behaviors and body mass index (Am J Health Promot).

Sep 27th, 2016

This study assessed the relationship between the walkability/bikeability of college campuses and students’ body mass index (BMI) View article here.  Horacek et al. (2016). Path Analysis of campus walkability/bikeability and […]