2nd May 2018

Blood pressure drugs linked to increased kidney disease risk in type 2 diabetes

People with type 2 diabetes who were prescribed blood pressure-lowering medication had an increased risk of kidney disease, a new study reveals.

While this research doesn’t infer people taking blood pressure medication should stop taking the drugs, it does raise awareness of a link worth considering among healthcare professionals, particularly because people with diabetes already face an increased risk of kidney disease.

Read the link below for the full article

https://goo.gl/KWjgP6

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