Type 2 diabetes

Quitting cigarettes interferes with glycaemic control

Patients with type 2 diabetes who quit smoking are likely to see a deterioration in their glycaemic control that can last up to three years, researchers say. In a retrospective study of 10,692 adult smokers with type 2 diabetes the researchers from Coventry University in the UK found that in the 3,131 people who quit and ...

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