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  • CDC Expands U.S. Diabetes Surveillance System with new Social Determinants of Health Module

    CDC Expands U.S. Diabetes Surveillance System with new Social Determinants of Health Module | site |


    New tool identifies Diabetes-Related Health Disparities


    (Information contained in CDC press release: November 17, 2020)

    The Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention (CDC) has expanded the U.S. Diabetes Surveillance System with a new social determinants of health (SDOH) module to help identify under-resourced areas of the United States and assess the potential impact of health disparities on diabetes burden and risk factors.

    The expanded U.S. Diabetes Surveillance System now overlays diabetes data with 15 social vulnerability variables. The SDOH module gives public health professionals and researchers a more complete look at factors potentially impacting people’s ability to successfully manage diabetes and prevent type 2 diabetes around the U.S. Data are available at the national level to compare counties across stat
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  • U.S. Veterans Affairs Study on Cholesterol Genetics could Lead to New Treatments for Heart Disease, Diabetes

    U.S. Veterans Affairs Study on Cholesterol Genetics could Lead to New Treatments for Heart Disease, Diabetes



    Washington, DC - - (October 10, 2018) - - In the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) drive to help improve lives of Veterans through health care discovery and innovation, a team led by VA researchers recently identified three genetic mutations that govern cholesterol levels, which could lead to the development of new drugs to treat cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

    Detailed results of the study can be found in the Oct. 1 issue of Nature Genetics, a scientific journal. “This is fantastic news, not just for Veterans, but for all Americans suffering from these diseases,” said VA Secretary Robert Wilkie. “VA researchers have been improving the lives of Veterans and all Americans through health care discovery and innovation for decades. Their groundbreaking research ha
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    CDC Expands U.S. Diabetes Surveillance System with new Social Determinants of Health Module
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    CDC Expands U.S. Diabetes Surveillance System with new Social Determinants of Health Module | site |


    New tool identifies Diabetes-Related Health Disparities


    (Information contained in CDC press release: November 17, 2020)

    The Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention (CDC) has expanded the U.S. Diabetes Surveillance System with a new social determinants of health (SDOH) module to help identify under-resourced areas of the United States and assess the potential impact of health disparities on diabetes burden and risk factors.

    The expanded U.S. Diabetes Surveillance System now overlays diabetes data with 15 social vulnerability variables. The SDOH module gives public health professionals and researchers a more complete look at factors potentially impacting people’s ability to successfully manage diabetes and prevent type 2 diabetes around the U.S. Data are available at the national level to compare counties across stat
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    11-19-2020, 01:22 PM
  • Staff Reporter 1
    U.S. Veterans Affairs Study on Cholesterol Genetics could Lead to New Treatments for Heart Disease, Diabetes
    by Staff Reporter 1
    U.S. Veterans Affairs Study on Cholesterol Genetics could Lead to New Treatments for Heart Disease, Diabetes



    Washington, DC - - (October 10, 2018) - - In the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) drive to help improve lives of Veterans through health care discovery and innovation, a team led by VA researchers recently identified three genetic mutations that govern cholesterol levels, which could lead to the development of new drugs to treat cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

    Detailed results of the study can be found in the Oct. 1 issue of Nature Genetics, a scientific journal. “This is fantastic news, not just for Veterans, but for all Americans suffering from these diseases,” said VA Secretary Robert Wilkie. “VA researchers have been improving the lives of Veterans and all Americans through health care discovery and innovation for decades. Their groundbreaking research ha
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    10-28-2018, 04:08 AM

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