Welcome to BioMed Central's Diabetes Gateway, featuring articles from our journals within this field as well as useful resources and news items.
Evidence from a systematic review suggests that interventions for specific wound types vary in their cost-effectiveness, providing information that can be used to employ the most effective and economic interventions for wound care.
In an overview of systematic reviews, there are numerous interventions for complex wounds but evidence for their utility is inconsistent, highlighting the need for network meta-analyses to compare all wound care options and determine the most effective.
Yehuda Shoenfeld and colleagues review the Hygiene Hypothesis, focusing on the immunoprotective and immunotherapeutic effects helminthes may play in autoimmunity, and discuss the potential therapies that may be on the horizon.
A proteogenomic methodology by Benjamin Garcia and colleagues indicates that histone variants are deposited at regulatory regions to assist gene regulation.
Emil Chiauzzi and colleagues discuss the potential of wearable activity-measuring devices to engage patients in monitoring their own health, highlighting the need for accurate integration of the data into self-management regimens for chronic disease.
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