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Antipsychotic drugs linked to type 2 diabetes

A study suggests that antipsychotic drugs used to treat children for bipolar disorders, aggression and schizophrenia increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The drug initiates insulin problems.

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About: Antipsychotic drugs linked to type 2 diabetes

Date: 23 October 2004

Source: Blogging Baby

Author: Beth Hoyt


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