Counseling may not boost diabetes prevention adherence

01/7/2013 | Healio

Overweight participants at risk of diabetes who underwent genetic risk counseling showed small improvements in risk perception, motivation and confidence, a study indicated. However, such improvements in self-reported preventive behaviors or program adherence did not differ significantly from participants who were not at risk of diabetes. The findings were published in Diabetes Care.

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