Blood sugar control in diabetics improves with depression therapy

12/18/2009 | Reuters

Antidepressant therapy improved blood sugar control and reduced blood pressure for low-income minority patients with poorly controlled diabetes, a study found. Diabetics in general have double the rate of depression as the general population, and researchers said the data suggest these patients be screened and treated for depression.

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