Currently in Pediatric Diabetes (December)
The editors of Pediatric Diabetes recommend the following articles for your consideration:
- GLYCEMIC EXTREMES IN YOUTH WITH T1DM: THE STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL INTEGRITY OF THE DEVELOPING BRAIN Ana Maria Arbelaez; Katherine Semenkovich and Tamara Hershey
- DO EATING BEHAVIOURS IN THE GENERAL POPULATION ACCOUNT FOR COUNTRY VARIANCE IN GLYCAEMIC CONTROL AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH DIABETES: THE HVIDOERE STUDY GROUP AND THE HEALTH BEHAVIOUR IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN STUDY Pernille Due; Carine de Beaufort; Mogens Trab Damsgaard; Henrik Bindesbøl Mortensen; Mette Rasmussen; Naman Ahluwalia; Timothy Skinner; Peter Swift and The Hvidoere Study Group And The Health Behavior In School-Aged Children Study Consortia
- HLA-TYPING, CLINICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF YOUTH WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS PHENOTYPE FROM THE GERMAN/AUSTRIAN DPV DATABASE.
Wendy L Awa; Bernard O Boehm; Silke Rosinger; Peter Achenbach; Anette G Ziegler; Stephanie Krause; Thomas Meissner; Susanne Wiegand; Thomas Reinehr; Thomas Kapellen; Beate Karges; Thomas Eiermann; Edith Schober and Reinhard W Holl1, on behalf of the DPV Initiative and the German BMBF Competence Networks Diabetes Mellitus and Obesity
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