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Study: Antidepressants may pose risk for type 2 diabetes

A systematic review published in Diabetes Care reports that that people taking antidepressants are at a higher risk of type 2 diabetes, although it’s not certain whether the medication is responsible. Read more and read the abstract.


One thought on “Study: Antidepressants may pose risk for type 2 diabetes”

  1. Bheester says:

    A friend who took an anti- depressant after discontinuing the med developed borderline DM.. A1C of 6 & elevated fasting blood glucose.

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