Campaign Seeks to Educate Public about Prediabetes

An estimated 86 million Americans have elevated blood glucose levels, but lifestyle changes can often help prevent the progression to diabetes.

When your blood glucose (sugar) levels are higher than normal, but not yet at the point where you can be diagnosed with full-blown diabetes, you are said to have prediabetes. Its the stage right before type 2 diabetes, which raises the risk of numerous cardiovascular and other health concerns.
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