Sugar levels: How dangerous is it to cheat? abetics. Most physicians believe that the closer to normal the diabetic maintains his sugar over the years, the less likely he will suffer the deadly complications of the disease. This is particularly important in the young, insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus patient. In the adult, with whom other factors like cigarette smoking, hypertension and weight control are at least as important as sugar control, efforts should be aimed not at a target ...
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