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Individuals With Diabetes & Behavioral Health Disorders Have Higher Risk Of Long-Term Medical Complications

News | December 2, 2019

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In the 10 to 12 years following a diagnosis of diabetes, individuals who also have behavioral health disorders experience a risk of more severe medical complications than those without preexisting behavioral health disorders. During the first seven years following diagnosis, individuals with co-morbid diabetes and behavioral health disorders had significantly less severe complications associated with…

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