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Although the study found weight loss had many positive health benefits for people with type 2 diabetes, the weight loss did not reduce the number of cardiovascular events," said Dr Rena Wing, Chair of the Look AHEAD study and professor of psychiatry and human behaviour at Brown University.
To be eligible for Look AHEAD, participants must have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and also deemed overweight or obese.
The intervention utilized in the Look AHEAD (Action for Health in Diabetes) study led to salutary changes in glycosylated hemoglobin, body weight, blood pressure, fitness, and need for antidiabetic medications.
The central question is whether the reduction in CRP and other benefits on surrogate markers of cardiovascular risk achieved nonpharmacologically through the Look AHEAD lifestyle intervention will translate into a significant decrease in cardiovascular event rates during ongoing follow-up planned for up to another 8 years.
Members of the business and education community gathered at The Biscuit Factory in Newcastle on Wednesday night to hear the charitable organisation mark its achievements of 2006 and look ahead to a busy year in 2007.
I think that is one of the great attributes that Floyd is able to have, that he's able to focus and doesn't look ahead.
Be happy now, do not be sad Look ahead to the next half, be glad Life's too short for past regrets No second chances, be happy, just do your best