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From Levittown, New York, USA:

My daughter's blood sugars were perfect for days, but recently there was a full moon and she was low all day then very high at night. Does a full moon have anything to do with lowering or raising blood sugars?


I never heard of a different metabolic susceptibility among children with diabetes with regard to the moon's cycles.


Original posting 13 Aug 2002
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