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Racialized people are dsproportionately affected by diabetes, but are underrepresented in clinical studies. (Shutterstock)

Whose health matters? The diversity deficit in clinical trials

Diabetes trials are leaving out people who are most affected by diabetes, which creates a series of problems include the greater likelihood of missing rare and potentially dangerous side effects.
Type 2 diabetes is not a singular condition; it exists as a spectrum with several subtypes. (Shutterstock)

Type 2 diabetes is not one-size-fits-all: Subtypes affect complications and treatment options

Type 2 diabetes is not uniform; it’s a mosaic of conditions, each with its own characteristics. Understanding these subtypes may improve treatment plans and help people manage their condition better.
Toxic stress increases the risks for obesity, diabetes, depression and other illnesses. Klaus Vedfelt/Digital Vision via Getty Images

How much stress is too much? A psychiatrist explains the links between toxic stress and poor health − and how to get help

No one can escape stress, but sometimes it takes a physical and emotional toll that translates to disease and other health effects. The good news is that there are new approaches to treating it.

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