People with type 1 diabetes who have co-morbid depression – but not anxiety – are more likely to have poor self-care behaviour and subsequent poor glycaemic outcomes, an Australian study has shown. In a four year follow up of 205 adults with T1DM enrolled in the Diabetes MILES–Australia, those with depressive symptoms at baseline were ...
Type 1 diabetes
Depression leads to poor self-care and worse glycaemia in people with T1D
By Michael Woodhead
3 Mar 2021