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Research links stress to poor diabetes control in women

Researchers used a cohort of 400 people with diabetes, ages 25 to 65, and found that around 77% of them had distress, with 55% of women having moderate to high stress levels compared with 22% of men. The findings in the International Journal of Psychology and Counselling also found women had almost two times worse control of diabetes than men.

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