Effect of a behavioral intervention strategy on sustained change in physical activity and sedentary behavior in patients with type 2 diabetes: The IDES_2 randomized clinical trial

JAMA Mar 10, 2019

Balducci S, et al. - Among people with type 2 diabetes, researchers ascertained if a behavioral intervention strategy can produce a sustained increase in physical activity and reduction in sedentary time. In this randomized clinical trial of 300 patients with 3 years of follow-up, a behavioral intervention strategy compared with standard care resulted in a sustained increase in physical activity and decrease in sedentary time among patients with type 2 diabetes at 3 diabetes clinics in Rome. Musculoskeletal injury/discomfort and mild hypoglycemia were the most common adverse events reported.
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