Study: School prevention programs can help control diabetes

09/20/2004 | Medscape (free registration)

School-based prevention programs aimed at Mexican-American children resulted in significant improvements in fitness levels and dietary fiber intake, in addition to reduced fasting glucose levels, a new study says. Researchers say the decreases in blood sugar levels show behavior interventions alone can make a difference in controlling diabetes.

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