More screen time may worsen glucose control in juvenile diabetes

10/5/2011 | Reuters

A study in Diabetes Care of 296 young type 1 diabetes patients revealed those who spend four or more hours in front of the television or computer had higher hemoglobin A1C levels than those who had less screen time. The reason for the connection was unclear, but may be a result of more snacking, the researchers said.

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