Selenium may lower dysglycemia risk in older men

03/19/2010 | HealthDay News

French researchers have found that elderly men who have higher levels of the element selenium may be less likely to develop problems with blood-sugar metabolism. The nine-year study of more than 1,150 adults did not reveal the same effect on dysglycemia rates in women.

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