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Depression may increase diabetes risk

A recent study has announced that the results indicate that depression may play a factor in increasing the risk of diabetes. Depression plays a role in insulin resistance and hence diabetes.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Health And Age

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About: Depression may increase diabetes risk

Date: 24 December 2004

Source: Health And Age

Author: Susan Aldridge

URL: http://www.healthandage.com/Home/gm=1!gid1=6691

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