Clinical outcomes and engagement metrics for digital diabetes prevention among older adults
Older adults are disproportionately affected by diabetes and prediabetes, which can be costly chronic conditions, but much of what we know about diabetes prevention programs and weight loss is from studies that include younger adults. In this study, we found that older adults (ages 50 to 84 years) who used Lark lost an average of 4.3% body weight.
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- Changes in body weight and classification of overweight or obesity among older Lark users.
- How decreases in weight and obesity category based on body mass index (BMI) can translate to reduced risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
- Why Lark may be an effective and scalable solution for managing prediabetes among older adults.