Being active can help prevent many diseases, including type 2 diabetes. Looking at Fitbit data from All of Us participants, researchers found that taking at least 10,700 steps a day was linked to a lower risk of type 2 diabetes. The results suggest a lifestyle practice that people can take to help prevent diabetes.
A new study of All of Us survey data confirmed that discrimination increased feelings of depression during the pandemic. But the effect of discrimination on mental health was lessened for participants with strong coping skills. This was especially true for Asian, Black/African American, and White participants.
A new study of All of Us survey data found that most participants who are cancer survivors drink alcohol regularly, even during treatment. Many drink heavily, often, or both. The results indicate an immediate need to find ways to help cancer survivors drink less alcohol.