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Treating Depression May Help Diabetes

"It's a two-way street. Research suggests that if you have diabetes, you're more likely to suffer from depression. And if you are depressed, you're more likely to develop diabetes. What does this mean to you? For one thing, being treated for depression may improve your diabetes symptoms. Read more important findings in this provocative article."

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I can see how a person can easily become depressed with diabetes. Diabetes is so much work. But at least a person can work toward control unlike MS and many other diseases.
 
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