GENDER AND DIABETES

Deaths from cardiovascular disease are declining among men with diabetes, but not women, a new study suggest. Among diabetic patients with existing cardiovascular disease, researchers found women were 5.4 per cent less likely than men to have systolic blood pressures at recommended levels, and 5.9 per cent less likely to have their  LDL- cholesterol under control.

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