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Women with diabetes: Double the heart risk


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Women with diabetes have double the heart disease risk as men with the disease. Women with diabetes should take care to avoid heart health risks like obesity, high cholesterol and physical inactivity.


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coronary artery disease, stroke , cardiac, CAD, heart failure , heart attack , blood pressure, aspirin , statins


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Rated on: 12/20/2016 4:23:28 PM

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