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WebMD's comprehensive guide to the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes.
Type 2 Diabetes - Medications
Some people with type 2 diabetes need medicine to help their bodies make more insulin, to decrease insulin resistance, or to slow down how quickly their body absorbs carbohydrate.You may take no medicine, one medicine, or a few medicines. Some people need medicine for short periods of time, while others always need to take medicine. How much medicine you need depends on how well you can keep your
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If you have type 2 diabetes and are getting started with exercise, you should know this before you start working out.
5 Small Goals With Big Rewards for Type 2 Diabetes
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Is There a Diabetes Cure?
Is it possible there may be a cure for diabetes? WebMD examines the possibilities, including weight loss surgery, stem cells, islet cells, natural therapies, and current treatments.
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The Facts About Carbs, Fiber, and Diabetes
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Whole Grains and Type 2 Diabetes
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