Published: Jun 2nd, 2015
Members from The University of Florida Diabetes Institute recently presented their research findings at the ADA’s 75th Scientific Sessions Meeting in Boston. More than 40 UF physicians, researchers, graduate students, and faculty took part in this year’s programming. Read more.
Published: Jan 13th, 2015
Study Name: Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes: Bariatric Surgery Effects on Brain Function Study Principal Investigator: Ronald Cohen, Ph.D. | The University of Florida Institute on Aging Study Coordinator: Anne Banks, email@example.com Phone: 352-294-5837 What […]
Published: Jun 13th, 2014
Time spent in sedentary behaviors could affect whether some people develop Type 2 diabetes later in life. Data from the Women’s Health Initiative shows postmenopausal women who sat more than 16 hours during their waking day had the highest risk of developing diabetes. The UF analysis also found that the high risk of diabetes remained even if they otherwise exercised five days a week, 30 minutes per day. Read more.