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  • noun Plural form of diabetic.

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Examples

  • Yet, the current recommendation to keep the LDL cholesterol to less than 100 in diabetics is often characterized as "practicing evidence-based medicine".

    Archive 2003-03-01

  • Yet, the current recommendation to keep the LDL cholesterol to less than 100 in diabetics is often characterized as "practicing evidence-based medicine".

    Medpundit

  • Jatla M, Zemel B, Bokhari A, Bierly P, Russo P, Verma R. Symptomatology, anthropometry and laboratory correlation with histologic damage at pediatric celiac disease diagnosis; differences in diabetics versus non-diabetics.

    Research

  • You may not see this in diabetics who got the disease during or after adolescence, and you may not see it in teen girls whose parents underscore society's body-image lesson.

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  • You may not see this in diabetics who got the disease during or after adolescence, and you may not see it in teen girls whose parents underscore society's body-image lesson.

    A Letter to the World About My Body

  • Excess blood sugar has been linked to yeast infections, especially in diabetics or those with glucose intolerances.

    Bath Bomb Cupcakes - Instructions

  • Antman says the new drug "showed clear benefit" in diabetics, cutting by 30% the number of serious cardiovascular events and strokes without any excess bleeding.

    Experimental heart drug beats Plavix in trials

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported this month that the prevalence of heart disease dropped 14% in diabetics ages 35-64 from 1997-2005.

    Diabetes 'revolution' is cutting both ways

  • Wouldn't it make more sense to find ways to coax the existing beta cells in diabetics to produce more of themselves, rather than try to start all over with foreign embryonic cells?

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • Wouldn't it make more sense to find ways to coax the existing beta cells in diabetics to produce more of themselves, rather than try to start all over with foreign embryonic cells?

    Medpundit

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