A study in Diabetes Care, based on 6,234 individuals without type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, showed that those who had high CV health initially or had changed from moderate to high CV health or from low to moderate or high CV health over a median follow-up of 13.5 years were at a significantly lower risk for diabetes, compared with patients who had stable low CV health. Researchers also found similar trends in the risk for impaired fasting glucose by the pattern of CV health change.
CV health changes tied to diabetes risk, study finds
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