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New research shows that more than half of those with type 2 diabetes that was not well-controlled were not getting their treatment adjusted within six months of returning a high blood glucose test.
The COVID-19 pandemic has more than doubled the number of smokers wanting to quit but a different approach may be needed to help them succeed, according to a new study from The George Institute for Global Health.
A recent survey conducted by The George Institute revealed that while six in ten (59 percent) had heard of sepsis as a medical condition, more than eight in ten (83 percent) were unaware of the link between COVID-19 and sepsis. More than one in ten were unable to name any symptoms of sepsis.