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The link between cholesterol and diabetes
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Every week in the UK, 680 people suffer a stroke as a result of complications from type 2 diabetes and 530 people suffer a diabetes-related heart attack, according to research by Diabetes UK. That’s a huge number of early deaths, …

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The link between cholesterol and diabetes
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Every week in the UK, 680 people suffer a stroke as a result of complications from type 2 diabetes and 530 people suffer a diabetes-related heart attack, according to research by Diabetes UK. That’s a huge number of early deaths, …

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Can menopause symptoms come and go or get worse?
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A common concern among women approaching menopause is the question of whether symptoms will come and go over the years. The answer is yes; menopause symptoms can indeed fluctuate in intensity and even disappear completely for some women. This is …

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Can Cholesterol Be Too Low, and What’s the Right Level?
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The dangers of high cholesterol levels and how they could potentially lead to serious conditions such as heart attacks, strokes, is often highlighted. However, can cholesterol levels be too low? Are there any potential dangers to low cholesterol levels? Is …

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Diabetes vs. Prediabetes: Everything you need to know 
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Diabetes and prediabetes are two conditions that affect how your body regulates blood sugar. Prediabetes indicates higher blood sugar levels that surpass normal ranges but do not meet the criteria for a type 2 diabetes diagnosis. It also signifies you …

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