Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, May 24th, 2010
Researchers have found that reducing inflammation of the gums in people with diabetes can help lower the risk of serious complications associated with the condition, such as eye problems and heart disease.
The study - led by the University of Edinburgh- analysed the findings of previous research into the link between diabetes and serious gum disease - known as periodontal disease.
The findings are published as part of the international Cochrane Collaboration.
The team analysed the results of three of the...
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