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Early Diabetes Interventions May Also Reduce Heart Disease Risk
Sep 15, 2013 | 
Lifestyle change, medication both linked to cholesterol improvements
Type 2: Finnish Study Says Statins Users Run Higher Diabetes Risk
Oct 13, 2012 | 
Recently, a Finnish study evaluated nearly 2,800 nondiabetic individuals, close to 500 of whom were using statins, after they had participated in a year of lifestyle interventions intended to improve their glucose metabolism. (Statins are lipid-lowering drugs that inhibit an enzyme crucial to the production of serum cholesterol; high cholesterol is associated with hardening of the arteries and cardiovascular problems.) The study was conducted by Dr. Nina Rautio and colleagues at Pirkanmaa Hospital in Tampere, Finland.
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