December 2005
Pharmaceutical Representative;Dec2005, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p15
The article offers information pertaining to health and therapeutics. Regular exercise in middle age may benefit the body and the mind as well. The "Insulin Resistance Atherosclerosis Study" published in the journal "Diabetes Care" indicates that smokers are more than twice as likely as nonsmokers to develop diabetes. A national survey conducted by Wilson Health Information LLC cites that only 21 percent of Americans are on a first-name basis with their pharmacist.


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