Type 2 Diabetes

Latest Research

Every week our cardiologists review the most recent advances in cardiovascular medicine and select news to share with you. Here you will find summaries of some of the latest research news about type 2 diabetes. Share these articles with your friends and family via social media, print items you’d like to discuss with your care team, or add them to your toolbox to read later.

Lack of Educational Resources for Heart Failure Patients

Educational resources available to heart failure patients considering a mechanical pump are biased and outdated, finds study.

Keeping Radiation to a Minimum for Heart Patients

With radiation exposure a hot topic in recent years, here are strategies for enhancing radiation safety in heart imaging.

Social Support Boosts Recovery after Heart Attack

Support from family and friends is crucial to improving outcomes and quality of life after a heart attack.

Study Identifies Dangerous Combination of AFib Drugs

When taken together, amiodarone and warfarin can increase stroke risk, finds study.

Childhood Risk Factors Have Lifelong Impact on Heart Health

Weight and blood pressure during childhood have a long-lasting impact on heart function later in life.

Regular Exercise Keeps High Blood Pressure at Bay

Study finds that exercise could help delay the onset of high blood pressure.

4 in 5 Heart Attacks Could be Prevented with Healthy Lifestyle

Simple choices like staying active and eating healthy go a long way in preventing heart attacks, finds Swedish study.

Fish Oil, Alone, Fails to Treat Atrial Fibrillation

Despite its heart-healthy qualities, a daily fish oil supplement isn’t enough to treat abnormal heart rhythm.

As Time Passes, Bleeding Risk Decreases for Heart Attack Patients

After a year free of any heart events, heart attack patients have significantly lower risk of bleeding complications, finds study.

Addressing High Cholesterol in Elderly Patients

Study finds that a lack of evidence makes it difficult to address high cholesterol in patients older than 80.

Obesity Rates Plateau in U.S., but Waistlines Continue to Expand

More than half of American adults have abdominal obesity, according to national trends from the last decade.

Do You Know Your Heart-Health ABC's?

Improving heart health just got a little bit simpler, thanks to the ABC’s of heart disease prevention.

Self-Management Improves Outcomes for Patients with Heart Valve Implants

Empowering patients with heart valve implants to manage their own health reduces risk of complications, finds study.

Non-Surgical Treatment for Aortic Stenosis

Promising findings on a minimally-invasive treatment for high-risk patients who have aortic stenosis.

New Guidelines for Heart Attack Treatment

Revised guidelines help ensure that patients receive the best possible care based on the latest research and evidence.

Building a Healthy Future for Children with Diabetes

A new scientific statement outlines steps to help diabetic children reduce risk for heart disease later in life.

New Heart Failure Drug Cuts Risk of Death by 20%

A new combination drug safely improves outcomes for heart failure patients, finds study.

Obesity Increases Heart Failure Risk, Even at Young Age

First study of its kind shows how obesity damages the heart, no matter a person's age.

Preventing Sudden Cardiac Death in Young Adults

A recent scientific statement weighed the pros and cons of using tests in healthy individuals between 12-25 years old.

Healthy Lifestyle Lowers Heart Disease Risk

Simple choices you make in your daily life have a big impact on heart disease risk, finds study.

Aspirin Offers Safe, Affordable Option to Prevent Blood Clots

A new study confirms that aspirin is a safe and effective treatment for patients with a history of venous thromboembolism.

U.S. Hospitals Fall Short in Stroke Treatment

Few stroke patients receive optimal care, according to 2011 data from U.S. hospitals.

Fatty Acids in Nuts and Seeds Protect the Heart

Replacing meats and dairy products with nuts and seeds helps reduce risk for heart disease, finds study.

New Insight Into Weight Loss in Heart Failure Patients

We may be one step closer to preventing weight loss in heart failure patients, thanks to a recent study.

Exercise Offsets AFib Risk in Obese Women

Exercise helps protect older women from an abnormal heartbeat, finds study.