Clinician scientists within Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes are commited to improving care for children. Clinical-based research studies are informing new treatment strategies involving new technologies. Information about some of the latest research done by our hospital can be found here.
Breastfeeding Success is Impacted by Diabetes Status of Mother
Women diagnosed with diabetes before or during pregnancy are less likely to initiate and continue breastfeeding than women without diabetes, a new study suggests.
Diagnosing Rare Forms of Diabetes
As many as one in every 10 diabetes cases may be something other than an obvious type 1 or type 2 diagnosis.
What Animals Reveal About Diabetes, Exercise and the Vascular System
Increasing pediatric diabetes rates place children at risk of complications at younger ages, but animal studies hold valuable prevention and treatment information.
When Vitamin D Doesn’t Work for Rickets
Despite late initiation of proper therapy, physicians improved one case of rickets-induced genu valgum from 24 degrees to 4.
Improving Diabetes Outcomes
Diabetes Awareness Month brings education efforts and a strengthening of best outcomes projects, such as the High Intensity Clinic.
Understanding the Effects of Hyperglycemia
Study finds acute hyperglycemia affects blood flow, vascular resistance and endothelial function in type 1 diabetics.