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The finding is based on an analysis of data of 5,145 obese people with type 2 diabetes, who had participated in the Look AHEAD (Action for Health in Diabetes) study from 16 centres across the United States.
Ballantyne and his team examined patient data from Look AHEAD, a randomized, multi-center clinical trial examining the effect of a lifestyle intervention designed to produce weight loss on risk for cardiovascular disease.
uk Rugby show Jon Doel, Andy Howell and Simon Roberts debate James Hook's reasons for leaving the Ospreys and look ahead to Wales' clash with Australia PLUS watch interviews with Will Harries on his aim to make the Wales number 14 jersey his own and Sam Warburton on his battle with David Pocock and being selected ahead of Martyn Williams.
ORLANDO -- A behavioral lifestyle intervention focused on diet and exercise in obese individuals with type 2 diabetes resulted in an impressive reduction in elevated high-sensitivity C-reactive protein levels at 1 year in the Look AHEAD study.
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.