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Diabetes Heart & Blood Vessel Center

Diabetes is one of the major risk factors for heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular-related diseases. The majority of diabetic patients have high blood pressure, which contributes to heart disease and other diabetic complications. People with diabetes can reduce their chances of cardiovascular disorders by exercising, eating right and not smoking.

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