What Women With Diabetes Need To Know About The Disease

March 2004
Jet;3/8/2004, Vol. 105 Issue 10, p24
Presents information on diabetes which women who have the disease should know. Designation of March as Women's Health Month by the American Diabetes Association; Number of women in the United States with diabetes; Health risks of women with diabetes; Tips on how can women with diabetes manage their disease.


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