Do Web-Based Interventions Improve Well-Being in Type 2 Diabetes? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

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diabetes mellitus 2761 estimated to rise to around 642 million by 2040, with approximately 90% of those cases being type 2 diabetes mellitus [[1]-[3]]. Despite a growing number of treatment and therapy options available to people with type 2
diabetes mellitus 26557 control arms at follow-up for studies including Web-based interventions and participants with type 2 diabetes mellitus . SMD: standardized mean difference.Figure 3Forest plot of mean difference in distress score between
diabetes mellitus 26797 control arms at follow-up for studies including Web-based interventions and participants with type 2 diabetes mellitus . SMD: standardized mean difference.Table 5Supporting table of pooled values.AnalysisDepressionDistressMain
type 2 diabetes mellitus 2754 figure is estimated to rise to around 642 million by 2040, with approximately 90% of those cases being type 2 diabetes mellitus [[1]-[3]]. Despite a growing number of treatment and therapy options available to people with type 2
type 2 diabetes mellitus 26550 intervention and control arms at follow-up for studies including Web-based interventions and participants with type 2 diabetes mellitus . SMD: standardized mean difference.Figure 3Forest plot of mean difference in distress score between
type 2 diabetes mellitus 26790 intervention and control arms at follow-up for studies including Web-based interventions and participants with type 2 diabetes mellitus . SMD: standardized mean difference.Table 5Supporting table of pooled values.AnalysisDepressionDistressMain

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