Diabetes Doubles Your Risk of Dying After a Heart Attack

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By Molly Clifton

New research finds a possible link between diabetes and an increased risk of a fatal heart attack.

Diabetes can double the risk of dying after a heart attack but the reasons why are unknown.

The University of Iowa study suggests the cause may be a heart enzyme that becomes overactivated.
 



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