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Mental health coaching improves outcomes for people with diabetes, depression

Mental health coaching significantly eased depression and reduced blood sugar levels in people with diabetes, researchers report. A significant number of people with diabetes suffer from depression, which can interfere with their ability to participate in self-care activities such as monitoring, being active, eating healthy and taking medication. These self-care activities are key to managing the chronic, progressive disease.
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