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Morer Diabetics Have Poor Blood Sugar Control

A recent study published in Diabetes Care documented that over the last few years the number of diabetics in the US with optimal blood sugar levels has decreased. It is unclear why, but it is concerning considering the possible complication of high blood sugar levels. For example, diabetics may develop nerve damage, eye damage, skin issues, kidney problems, and many other issues. Part of the problem may be due to the problems with obesity and the prevalence of sugar in our diet. This needs to be addressed to keep diabetics healthy and functioning to the best of their ability.

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