Topical corticosteroid use may increase type 2 diabetes risk

Use of potent topical corticosteroids in the preceding 4 years was more common among Danish and U.K. adults who went on to develop type 2 diabetes than among those who did not develop the disease, suggesting that use of these agents may be associated with increased risk for type 2 diabetes, according to findings from three studies published in Diabetes Care.

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