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.
Research links stress to poor diabetes control in women
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