Monday, May 9, 2011

Study pushes to expand "prediabetes" label

According to a recent report in the journal Diabetes Care, having normal blood sugars is no guarantee to developing Type II diabetes in the future. In fact, the Italian study found that those that are at the high end of the normal blood sugar range are twice as likely to develop the disease as those in the low end - which means the current accepted normal range may be too wide.

You can read more about these findings here.

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