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Having diabetes can accelerate the progression of heart disease. The reasons people with diabetes are at greater risk of heart attack, is because consistently high blood sugars can result in serious damage to the coronary arteries. Other factors include, high blood pressure in diabetics, blood vessels narrowing or clogging due to high glucose, trouble with nerves around the heart, and high triglyceride levels.

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michaelweinblom commented on Fruit and Diabetes: What's the Link? There are a lot of myths surrounding fruit and diabetes. Researchers in Denmark…

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Antonio L.Zamora, Community Member, posted Atherromatous Aorta - X-Ray results: Lungs are clear; Heart is not enlarged. Please comment

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Melanie Thomassian, Health Pro, posted Heart Disease and Diabetes: 5 Ways to…   November is American Diabetes Month, and this month the American…

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sophiequus, Community Member, commented on Glucose Toxicity and Diabetes Dr. Davis,   Interest commentary. May I know the source for the 50% figure? The…

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