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Smoking Induces Insulin Resistance
Jan 1, 1993 | 
Researchers from the Institute of Medicine, Sahlgrenska Hospital, in Gøteborg, Sweden, have concluded that smoking causes insulin resistance.
Germany Studies Factors in Blood Sugar Control
Jan 1, 1993 | 
Even after participating in an intensive treatment and training program, it has been found that smoking and low-level education are indicators of poor metabolic control in people who have been newly diagnosed with type I diabetes. This study was conducted by researchers from the Department of Metabolic Disease and Nutrition, Dusseldorf, Germany.
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The Fight to Derail Kidney Disease: Simple Tests, Effective Drugs Help Improve the Odds
Jan 1, 1991 | 
Improved blood sugar control, smoking cessation and aggressive blood pressure treatment are mainstays for preventing or treating the development of kidney disease in people with diabetes. Increasingly, physicians are also turning to a class of drugs called ACE inhibitors to slow the progression of kidney disease in their patients.

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