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Diabetes and your heart

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Series : Diabetes

Published : 2016
Page Length : 62
Format : Booklet A6
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : British Heart Foundation

If someone has diabetes, they have a much greater risk of developing coronary heart disease than someone who doesn't have diabetes. This booklet is for people who have diabetes, and for their families and friends. It may also be useful if someone doesn't have diabetes but has been told they may develop it in the future. The booklet contains information on what coronary heart disease is, what diabetes is and how it's diagnosed and treated, why people with diabetes are more likely to get coronary heart disease, and what someone can do to reduce their risk of developing coronary heart disease, what medicines and treatments someone might be given, and what routine checks someone should have.


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