New Study Finds Sub-Optimal Screening for Diabetes Among Young People, Especially Men

New research published in The Lancet Regional Health Americas found that adherence to diabetes screening guidelines is sub-optimal, especially among young males. Despite lower rates of adherence to screening, males have higher rates of prediabetes and diabetes compared to females.

This paper is the first publications from them Real-world Evidence on the Association Between Diabetes and Sex on Cardiovascular Event Rates (REDISCOVER) Study, and was authored by Drs. Padma Kaul, Luan Manh Chu, Douglas Dover, Roseanne Yeung, Dean Eurich, and Sonia Butalia.

Read more about the research findings on the University of Alberta Folio site.