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If you have diabetes, do you drink alcohol?
Over 5 drinks per week, and it makes my diabetes harder to control.
 
Over 5 drinks per week, but I don't think it affects my control.
 
Between 3 and 5 drinks per week, and it makes my diabetes harder to control.
 
Between 3 and 5 drinks per week, but I don't think it affects my control.
 
Fewer than 3 drinks per week, and it makes my diabetes harder to control.
 
Fewer than 3 drinks per week, but I don't think it affects my control.
 
Never.
 

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