COVID-19, Insulin resistance, and Diabetes
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COVID-19, Insulin resistance, and Diabetes

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Have you been recently diagnosed with diabetes after having covid? Or have you been previously well-controlled and now suddenly having difficulty keeping your number within normal range? New research shows that the Sars-CoV-2 virus (COVID-19) has been found to be a causative factor in new onset diabetes development.

Researchers from the Weill-Cornell College of Medicine have published a study in the research journal Cell regarding their findings on how COVID-19 infects fat cells and causes insulin resistance and subsequently elevated blood sugar levels.

Read more directly from the research article via the link below:

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