High Blood Sugar Raises Heart Disease Risk

BLOOD sugar
CORONARY heart disease
DIABETICS
HEMOGLOBIN
CARDIOVASCULAR system -- Diseases

Abstract:Reports that lowering blood sugar may reduce coronary heart disease risk in both diabetic and non-diabetic individuals, according to Johns Hopkins researchers. Researchers' findings which showed that hemoglobin Ale, a marker of long-term blood glucose level, is an independent predictor of heart disease risk in both diabetics and non-diabetics; Association between diabetes and risk of cardiovascular disease.

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