New England Journal of Medicine found that the percentage of US adults with diabetes who effectively managed their blood glucose levels dropped from 57% in 2010 to 51% in 2018. Moreover, the percentage of US adults with diabetes who also had healthy blood pressure levels dropped from 74% to 70% in the same time period, while the percentage of those who also had high cholesterol rose from 52% to 56%."/> New England Journal of Medicine found that the percentage of US adults with diabetes who effectively managed their blood glucose levels dropped from 57% in 2010 to 51% in 2018. Moreover, the percentage of US adults with diabetes who also had healthy blood pressure levels dropped from 74% to 70% in the same time period, while the percentage of those who also had high cholesterol rose from 52% to 56%."/> Study: Diabetes management declining among US adults

Study: Diabetes management declining among US adults

2021-06-11

A study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that the percentage of US adults with diabetes who effectively managed their blood glucose levels dropped from 57% in 2010 to 51% in 2018. Moreover, the percentage of US adults with diabetes who also had healthy blood pressure levels dropped from 74% to 70% in the same time period, while the percentage of those who also had high cholesterol rose from 52% to 56%.

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