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Two Meals a Day Could Help Diabetics Control Blood Sugar

Dr. Richard Besser looks at new research that may show fewer, bigger meals could be better for diabetics.
01:47 | 05/17/2014

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health news now, new research showing eating two large meals a day and not smaller ones may be the best way for diabetics to control their blood sugar levels. Tell us about this story. Can diet be... See More
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