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Diabetes and Lipid Problems

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Medications Help Control Lipid Levels and High Blood Pressure
Jan 1, 2003 | 
A campaign aimed at educating people with diabetes about their increased risk of heart disease and stroke is called "Be Smart About Your Heart: Control the ABCs of Diabetes"—in other words, control your A1C, blood pressure and cholesterol.
Even Young Girls Should Watch Their Lipid Levels
Dec 1, 2002 | 
High levels of cholesterol in girls early in life are associated with increased risk of obesity and cardiovascular disease (CVD) later in life, say researchers based in Philadelphia and New Orleans.
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Jan 1, 1996 | 
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New Drug For Type 2 Diabetes
Jul 1, 1995 | 
The FDA recently approved a new drug that offers excellent benefits for people with type 2 diabetes. Metformin, marketed under the name Glucophage by Bristol-Myers Squibb, is an oral medication for people with non-insulin dependent diabetes. Although metformin has been in use in other countries for over two decades, its approval in the United States has taken 38 years. An earlier form of the drug was removed from the market because it caused serious complications. Metformin has been observed in other countries and can be used with confidence by most people with diabetes.
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Research Shows Type 2s Often Have Increased Triglyceride Levels and Decreased Amounts of
Mar 1, 1995 | 
Research recently conducted at the Institute of Biochemistry in Glasgow, Scotland studied the blood lipid abnormalities associated with non insulin-dependent diabetes.
Chromium Picolinate May Lower Triglyceride Levels
Jan 1, 1995 | 
A drop of 17.4 percent in triglyceride levels was obtained in a study conducted at the Medical Center Hospital and the Audie Murphy Veterans Hospital in San Antonio, TX.
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