Harvard Men's Health Watch

Rising blood sugar: How to turn it around

High blood sugar (glucose) is an early warning sign of diabetes. It also suggests a need to lose weight and exercise more. Men should have their glucose tested periodically. Once every three years is sufficient for men not at high risk of diabetes.

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