Stroke and Diabetes, According to the American Diabetes

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Most people with diabetes have health problems -- or risk factors -- such as high blood pressure and cholesterol that increase one's risk for heart disease and stroke. When combined with diabetes, these risk factors add up to big trouble. In fact, more than 65% of people with diabetes die from heart disease or stroke. With diabetes, heart attacks occur earlier in life and often result in death. By managing diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol, people with diabetes can reduce their risk.


Make the Link! Diabetes, Heart Disease & Stroke

Learn how you can reduce your risk for heart disease and stroke through a special American Diabetes Association and the American College of Cardiology initiative titled "Make the Link! Diabetes, Heart Disease & Stroke."


Diabetes, Cholesterol & Heart Disease

Nearly all people with diabetes have abnormal cholesterol levels which contribute to their increased risk for heart attack and stroke. By choosing foods wisely, increasing physical activity and taking medications, you can improve your cholesterol.


Source: American Diabetes Association


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