There's a new study out linking heart attacks and diabetes.
Researchers found that a in a group of more than 8-thousand people who had heart attacks, a third of them developed diabetes or a pre-diabetes condition within three and a half years.
Researchers say heart attack patients can lower their risk of diabetes by quitting smoking, exercising and eating a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, fish and olive oil.
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