The link between diabetes and heart disease

The link between diabetes and heart disease
    CROWDS ENTERTAINED.
    BRITTANY:
    MORE THAN 100-MILLION ADULTS
    IN THE UNITED STATES LIVE WITH
    DIABETES.AND FOR THOSE PEOPLE,
    THE CHANCES OF DEVELOPING
    HEART DISEASE OR SUFFERING
    FROM A HEART ATTACK ARE HIGH.
    ... BUT THERE ARE WAYS THAT
    MANAGING DIABETES CAN HELP CUT
    DOWN ON THOSE RISKS.FAMILY
    MEDICINE PHYSICIAN DOCTOR
    CESAR GEREZ-MARTINEZ JOINS US
    THIS MORNING TO EXPLAIN.
    DOCTOR, WHAT ARE SOME OF THE
    RISK FACTORS FOR DIABETES?THE
    BODY OF A PERSON WITH DIABETES
    CAUSES BLOOD GLUCOSE (SUGAR)
    LEVELS TO RISE HIGHER THAN
    NORMAL.Â7 DIABETES RISK
    FACTORS INCLUDE:O BEING
    OVERWEIGHTO HAVING A PARENT OR
    SIBLING WHO HAS TYPE 2 DIABETES
    O LACK OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
    (FEWER THAN THREE TIMES PER
    WEEK)O SOME ETHNIC GROUPS ARE
    AT A HIGHER RISK FOR TYPE 2
    DIABETES
    HOW CAN DEVELOPING DIABETES
    AFFECT OTHER AREAS OF YOUR
    HEALTH?DIABETES IS A SERIOUS
    DISEASE THAT CAN CAUSE HEART
    ATTACK, STROKE, BLINDNESS,
    KIDNEY FAILURE, OR LOSS OF
    FEET OR LEGS.Â7 PEOPLE WITH
    DIABETES ARE ALSO MORE LIKELY
    TO HAVE CERTAIN CONDITIONS
    THAT INCREASE THE CHANCES OF
    HAVING HEART DISEASE OR
    STROKE, SUCH AS HIGH BLOOD
    PRESSURE OR HIGH CHOLESTEROL.
    Â7 YOUR HEART MUST WORK
    HARDER TO PUMP BLOOD IF YOU
    HAVE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE. HIGH
    BLOOD PRESSURE CAN STRAIN YOUR
    HEART, DAMAGE BLOOD VESSELS,
    AND INCREASE YOUR RISK OF
    HEART ATTACK, STROKE, EYE
    PROBLEMS, AND KIDNEY PROBLEMS.
    Â7 HIGH BLOOD GLUCOSE FROM
    DIABETES OVER TIME CAN DAMAGE
    YOUR BLOOD VESSELS AND THE
    NERVES THAT CONTROL YOUR HEART
    AND BLOOD VESSELS.Â7 THE
    LONGER YOU HAVE DIABETES, THE
    HIGHER THE CHANCES ARE THAT
    YOU WILL DEVELOP HEART DISEASE.
    HOW CAN DOCTORS DIAGNOSE HEART
    DISEASE IN SOMEONE WITH
    DIABETES?FORTUNATELY, THE
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