Features December 2018 Issue

New Diabetes Medications Do the Heart a World of Good

Why not take advantage of a diabetes drug that does double duty?

New Diabetes Medications Do the Heart a World of Good

All anti-diabetes medications lower blood sugar, but only two new ones lower risk of heart attack, stroke and death, as well.

People with type 2 diabetes cannot absorb sugar and convert it to a form that can be stored and used for energy. Instead, sugar continues to circulate in their blood.

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