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Cycling May Lower Mortality Risk in People Who Have Diabetes

Cycling May Lower Mortality Risk in People Who Have Diabetes News & Analysis News From the JAMA Network Pediatric Depression and Anxiety on a questionnaire at baseline and then 5 improvement in the Eczema Area and Doubled During the Pandemic years later. Severity Index at week 16. A meta-analysis has suggested that child- During an average follow-up of 14.9 In the upadacitinib group, 71% of pa- hood and adolescent depression and anxi- years, cyclists had at least a 24% lower all- tients achieved the primary end point com- ety doubled during the first year of the cause mortality rate than noncyclists, inde- pared with 61.1% of the dupilumab group. COVID-19 pandemic. pendent of their other physical activity, risk What’s more, about 70% of patients who re- The report in JAMA Pediatrics included factors, educational level, and diabetes du- ceivedupadacitinibreachedtheprimaryend 29 studies involving 80 879 participants ration. Those who started riding a bike dur- point as soon as week 4, compared with with an average age of 13 years. More than ing the 5-year period had a 35% lower risk about 36% of those who received dupil- half of the studies were from East Asia, and of all-cause death. The results were similar umab. More than half of the upadacitinib http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Cycling May Lower Mortality Risk in People Who Have Diabetes

JAMA , Volume 326 (13) – Oct 5, 2021

Cycling May Lower Mortality Risk in People Who Have Diabetes

Abstract

News & Analysis News From the JAMA Network Pediatric Depression and Anxiety on a questionnaire at baseline and then 5 improvement in the Eczema Area and Doubled During the Pandemic years later. Severity Index at week 16. A meta-analysis has suggested that child- During an average follow-up of 14.9 In the upadacitinib group, 71% of pa- hood and adolescent depression and anxi- years, cyclists had at least a 24% lower all- tients achieved the primary end point com- ety doubled during the...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2021 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2021.15425
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Abstract

News & Analysis News From the JAMA Network Pediatric Depression and Anxiety on a questionnaire at baseline and then 5 improvement in the Eczema Area and Doubled During the Pandemic years later. Severity Index at week 16. A meta-analysis has suggested that child- During an average follow-up of 14.9 In the upadacitinib group, 71% of pa- hood and adolescent depression and anxi- years, cyclists had at least a 24% lower all- tients achieved the primary end point com- ety doubled during the first year of the cause mortality rate than noncyclists, inde- pared with 61.1% of the dupilumab group. COVID-19 pandemic. pendent of their other physical activity, risk What’s more, about 70% of patients who re- The report in JAMA Pediatrics included factors, educational level, and diabetes du- ceivedupadacitinibreachedtheprimaryend 29 studies involving 80 879 participants ration. Those who started riding a bike dur- point as soon as week 4, compared with with an average age of 13 years. More than ing the 5-year period had a 35% lower risk about 36% of those who received dupil- half of the studies were from East Asia, and of all-cause death. The results were similar umab. More than half of the upadacitinib

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 5, 2021

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