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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 30, Number 1, 1 January 2013

Increased cardiovascular risk after pre‐eclampsia in women with dysglycaemia
pp. e1-e7(7)
Authors: McDonald, S. D.; Yusuf, S.; Walsh, M. W.; Lonn, E.; Teo, K.; Anand, S. S.; Pogue, J.; Islam, S.; Devereaux, P. J.; Gerstein, H. C.

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Ethnic aspects of emotional distress in patients with diabetes – the Amsterdam Health Monitor Study
pp. e25-e31(7)
Authors: Pouwer, F.; Wijnhoven, H. A. H.; Ujcic‐Voortman, J. K.; Wit, M.; Schram, M. T.; Baan, C. A.; Snoek, F. J.

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Perceived stress and incidence of Type 2 diabetes: a 35‐year follow‐up study of middle‐aged Swedish men
pp. e8-e16(9)
Authors: Novak, M.; Björck, L.; Giang, K. W.; Heden‐Ståhl, C.; Wilhelmsen, L.; Rosengren, A.

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Type 2 diabetes prevention
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Hitman, G. A.

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Can diabetes prevention programmes be translated effectively into real‐world settings and still deliver improved outcomes? A synthesis of evidence
pp. 3-15(13)
Authors: Johnson, M.; Jones, R.; Freeman, C.; Woods, H. B.; Gillett, M.; Goyder, E.; Payne, N.

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Identifying risk and preventing progression to Type 2 diabetes in vulnerable and disadvantaged adults: a pragmatic review
pp. 16-25(10)
Authors: Taylor, J.; Cottrell, C.; Chatterton, H.; Hill, J.; Hughes, R.; Wohlgemuth, C.; Holt, R. I. G.

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Primary prevention of Type 2 diabetes in South Asians — challenges and the way forward
pp. 26-34(9)
Authors: Ambady, R.; Snehalatha, C.; Samith Shetty, A.; Nanditha, A.

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Should diabetes retinal screening intervals change?
pp. 43-45(3)
Author: Leese, G. P.

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Long‐term effects of the Diabetes Prevention Program interventions on cardiovascular risk factors: a report from the DPP Outcomes Study
pp. 46-55(10)
Authors: The Diabetes Prevention Program Outcomes Study Research Group; prepared on behalf of the DPPOS Research Groupcr1; Orchard, T. J.; Temprosa, M.; Barrett‐Connor, E.; Fowler, S. E.; Goldberg, R. B.; Mather, K. J.; Marcovina, S. M.; Montez, M.; Ratner, R. E.; Saudek, C. D.; Sherif, H.; Watson, K. E.

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Alcohol consumption is associated with reduced risk of Type 2 diabetes and autoimmune diabetes in adults: results from the Nord‐Trøndelag health study
pp. 56-64(9)
Authors: Rasouli, B.; Ahlbom, A.; Andersson, T.; Grill, V.; Midthjell, K.; Olsson, L.; Carlsson, S.

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Diabetes incidence does not differ between subjects with and without high depressive symptoms — 5‐year follow‐up results of the Heinz Nixdorf Recall Study
pp. 65-69(5)
Authors: Icks, A.; Albers, B.; Haastert, B.; Pechlivanis, S.; Bokhof, B.; Slomiany, U.; Erbel, R.; Jöckel, K.‐H.; Kruse, J.; Nowotny, B.; Herder, C.; Giani, G.; Moebus, S.; for the Heinz Nixdorf Recall Study Investigative Group and the German BMBF Competence Network for Diabetes Mellituscr14

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Low BMI at age 20 years predicts gestational diabetes independent of BMI in early pregnancy in Japan: Tanaka Women’s Clinic Study
pp. 70-73(4)
Authors: Yachi, Y.; Tanaka, Y.; Nishibata, I.; Sugawara, A.; Kodama, S.; Saito, K.; Sone, H.

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Assessing the impact of diabetes on the quality of life of older adults living in a care home: validation of the ADDQoL Senior
pp. 74-80(7)
Authors: Speight, J.; Sinclair, A. J.; Browne, J. L.; Woodcock, A.; Bradley, C.

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Management of raised glucose, a clinical decision tool to reduce length of stay of patients with hyperglycaemia
pp. 81-87(7)
Authors: Herring, R.; Russell‐Jones, D. L.; Pengilley, C.; Hopkins, H.; Tuthill, B.; Wright, J.; Hordern, S. V.; Pengilley, C.; Hopkins, H.; Tuthill, B.; Davidson, S.

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Screening for depression and diabetes‐related distress in a diabetes outpatient clinic
pp. 88-94(7)
Authors: Fleer, J.; Tovote, K. A.; Keers, J. C.; Links, T. P.; Sanderman, R.; Coyne, J. C.; Schroevers, M. J.

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Increased dietary fruit intake was associated with lower burden of carotid atherosclerosis in Chinese patients with Type 2 diabetes mellitus
pp. 100-108(9)
Authors: Chan, H.‐T.; Yiu, K.‐H.; Wong, C.‐Y.; Li, S.‐W.; Tam, S.; Tse, H.‐F.

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Taspoglutide, a once‐weekly glucagon‐like peptide 1 analogue, vs. insulin glargine titrated to target in patients with Type 2 diabetes: an open‐label randomized trial
pp. 109-113(5)
Authors: Nauck, M.; Horton, E.; Andjelkovic, M.; Ampudia‐Blasco, F. J.; Parusel, C. T.; Boldrin, M.; Balena, R.; T‐emerge, for the

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HNF1B deletions in patients with young‐onset diabetes but no known renal disease
pp. 114-117(4)
Authors: Edghill, E. L.; Stals, K.; Oram, R. A.; Shepherd, M. H.; Hattersley, A. T.; Ellard, S.

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Genetic variants of LPIN1 indicate an association with Type 2 diabetes mellitus in a Chinese population
pp. 118-122(5)
Authors: Zhang, R.; Jiang, F.; Hu, C.; Yu, W.; Wang, J.; Wang, C.; Ma, X.; Tang, S.; Bao, Y.; Xiang, K.; Jia, W.

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Acute tubulointerstitial nephritis following treatment with exenatide
pp. 123-125(3)
Authors: Nandakoban, H.; Furlong, T. J.; Flack, J. R.

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Vegetarian diet in type 2 diabetes – improvement in quality of life, mood and eating behaviour
pp. 127-129(3)
Authors: Kahleova, H.; Hrachovinova, T.; Hill, M.; Pelikanova, T.

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Erratum
pp. 130-130(1)

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Erratum
pp. 130-130(1)

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