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Complications Quiz With one out of three people with diabetes experiencing some form of complication, keeping these problems at bay first requires knowing what could go wrong. Consistently high blood sugars can impact every part of the body from head to toe; physical and emotional issues can arise. Think you have a good understanding of diabetes complications? Test yourself.

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Reviewed by Jason C. Baker, MD 03/13.

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by Nicole Purcell
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