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In This Issue of JAMA
December 24/31, 2019

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JAMA. 2019;322(24):2361-2363. doi:10.1001/jama.2018.15652

Worldwide, the prevalence of diabetes in Hispanic and Asian populations is higher than in populations of European or African origin. Cheng and colleagues analyzed data from nationally representative cross-sectional surveys of 7575 US adults and found that the prevalence of diabetes and undiagnosed diabetes varied by race and ethnicity and among Hispanic and non-Hispanic Asian subpopulations. In an Editorial, Matsushita and colleagues suggest that future studies should rely on definitions for diabetes and prediabetes that more closely reflect clinical practice.

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Risk factors for invasive nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae infection include chronic lung disease, malignancy, pregnancy, and HIV infection. Collins and colleagues analyzed data for 553 adults and found that 2 genetically related clonal strains were associated with septic arthritis among black men who have sex with men and were living in geographic proximity.

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