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Dietary Advice Improves Blood Sugar Control For Recently Diagnosed Type 2
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Diabetes type 2 patients who have been recently diagnosed and receive 6.5 hours of extra dietary advice have better sugar control than those with standard care, researchers from the University of Bristol, England, report in The Lancet.
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