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Sedentary time and sedentary bout duration and waking glucose in adults with Type 2 diabetes

McMillan, K A and Kirk, A and Hewitt, A and Paing, A C and Chastin, S F M and Collier, A and MacRury, S (2018) Sedentary time and sedentary bout duration and waking glucose in adults with Type 2 diabetes. In: Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference, 2018-03-14 - 2018-03-16, London ExCEL.

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    Abstract

    To explore the relationship between sedentary behaviour and mean glucose and glucose variability in people with T2D using objective continuous measurement.