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  • Stone said that both her mother and her mother's sister were diabetic.
  • Her father was also a diabetic who died from a heart attack.
  • Its many facilities and day-to-day activities are designed with the diabetic child in mind.
  • Although a cause of death was not announced, he had been a diabetic for many years.
  • She was then appointed to a leading position at the centre for the study of diabetics.
  • One of them cannot join the army because he is diabetic.
  • It is also considered to be four times more likely to occur in diabetics than the general population.
  • He was a diabetic - all they had to do was take a blood test and they would have found that out.
  • He also has given free care to at-risk diabetic patients.
  • Towards the end of his career he lost his sight from diabetic retinitis.
  • It will be the first of a new class of anti-diabetic if it is approved.
  • However, two people received medical treatment; one person needed oxygen and the other was diabetic.
  • However, a diabetic, he died childless a little more than a year after his marriage.
  • A number of studies have found that diabetics are at increased risk for the disease.
  • In other words, he should not be cut down to a diabetic diet. Cited from Disturbances of the Heart, by Oliver T. Osborne
  • Some of the products are noted for their health benefits, especially for diabetics.
  • Because most diabetics are treated before this stage, it is very rare to see it at the present time.
  • She is diabetic and reportedly lost a great deal of weight to improve her health.
  • Diabetics are therefore recommended to check their blood sugar levels either daily or every few days.
  • He has been diagnosed as diabetic and has since promoted testing on and off air.
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Words starting with diabetic

Meaning of diabetic

  • noun Someone who has diabetes
  • adjective Of or relating to or causing diabetes