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Effects of Diabetes on a Female

Diabetes can affect any part on your body. The good news is that you can prevent most of these problems by keeping your blood glucose (blood sugar) under control, eating healthy, being more physically active, and working with your health care provider to keep your blood pressure and cholesterol under control and geting necessary screening tests. Click on the figure at right to learn more about how diabetes can affect your body—remember: you can prevent these complications. Non-Flash Effects of Diabetes

  

 
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