Higher-dose vitamin D supplementation may be a “promising approach” to reducing the risk for type 2 diabetes among adults with prediabetes, according to researchers. This was the top story in endocrinology last week.
Another top story was about an investigational once-daily pill that reduced HbA1c among certain adults with type 1 diabetes.
Read these and more top stories in endocrinology below:
Higher-dose vitamin D ‘promising approach’ to prevent type 2 diabetes
Daily vitamin D supplementation to achieve blood levels of vitamin D higher than typically recommended for bone
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