ASU professor says water can help control Type 2 diabetes

Besides treating type 2 diabetes with medicine, exercise and diet, there’s another prescription that can help … proper hydration. Stavros Kavouras, director of the Hydration Science Lab at Arizona State University, has done research that shows people with the disease can control their glucose levels better when they are properly hydrated. He talks to Ted Simons about his studies.

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