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Journal Scan / Research · February 02, 2022

Lifestyle Intervention in High- and Low-Risk Prediabetes



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Different Effects of Lifestyle Intervention in High- and Low-Risk Prediabetes: Results of the Randomized Controlled Prediabetes Lifestyle Intervention Study (PLIS)
Diabetes 2021 Dec 01;70(12)2785-2795, A Fritsche, R Wagner, M Heni, K Kantartzis, J Machann, F Schick, R Lehmann, A Peter, C Dannecker, L Fritsche, V Valenta, R Schick, PP Nawroth, S Kopf, AFH Pfeiffer, S Kabisch, U Dambeck, M Stumvoll, M Blüher, AL Birkenfeld, P Schwarz, H Hauner, J Clavel, J Seißler, A Lechner, K Müssig, K Weber, M Laxy, S Bornstein, A Schürmann, M Roden, MH de Angelis, N Stefan, HU Häring

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