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Drinking & Diabetes

Mar 1, 1994

Researchers in Paris have discovered a possible link between alcohol and diabetes (European Journal of Medicine, October, 1992). Using a routine health check of over 7000 workers (excluding people previously diagnosed with diabetes and pregnant women), alcohol consumption was compared with blood glucose levels after adjusting for other risk factors.

The results indicate that average blood glucose levels increased as regular alcohol consumption increased.


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