Diabetes & its Complications

Diabetes & its Complications (ISSN 2639-9326) is a global peer-reviewed open access journal that emphasis on the different aspects of clinical diabetes, the broad scope will also include significant research in the fields of pathology and therapeutic innovations of diabetes itself, both type I and II.

All manuscripts submitted to DC must be previously unpublished and may not be considered for publication elsewhere at any time during the review period. International Journal of Diabetes & its Complications ensures the faster publication of high-quality articles with the support of its eminent Editorial board members. Topics of interest include but are not limited to, diabetes, lipid disorders, metabolic disorders, osteoporosis, interdisciplinary practices in endocrinology, cardiovascular and metabolic risk, aging research, obesity, traditional medicine, pychosomatic research, behavioral medicine, ethics and evidence-based practices.

Authors are requested to submit manuscripts as an e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at diabetes@scivisionjournals.com.


Recent Articles

Review Article

DOI: 10.33425/2639-9326.1040

Insulin Resistance - Pathogenesis of Prevention and Treatment

Authors: Emil Kopeevich Mukhamedzhanov, Oleg Viktorovich Esyrev, Narymzhan Okasovich Nakisbekov, Zhanay Aykanovich Akanov, Bakhyt Amannulovna Ramazanova.


Research Article

DOI: 10.33425/2639-9326.1039

Childhood Obesity and Its Associations with Morbidity and Mortality in Adult Life

Authors: Kakleas Kostas, Soldatou Alexandra, Karavanaki Kyriaki.

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Research Article

DOI: 10.33425/2639-9326.1038

Using Math-Physical Medicine to Analyze Metabolism and Improve Health Conditions

Authors: Gerald C. Hsu.


Research Article

DOI: 10.33425/2639-9326.1037

Clinical and Pharmacological basis for the Use of Telmisartan in Patients with Diabetic Neuropathy

Authors: Archvadze Anna SH, Kistauri Alexandre, Gongadze Nikoloz, Chirakadze Ketevan.

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DOI: 10.33425/2639-9326.1036

The Psyche Faces the Pancreas

Authors: Harvey A. Schwartz.