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A new study shows that diabetes increases your risk of death. In fact, it cuts an average of six years off your life. To control diabetes, or avoid it all together, you need to watch […]
This report, based on 820,000 people and it reviewed 97 existing studies, finds that diabetes can shorten an average person’s life by six years.