Diabetes

Diabetes

Learn about the different types of diabetes and their symptoms. Healthy habits can prevent many serious problems caused by the disease.   

Diabetes — a condition that affects how your body uses the food you eat — is a chronic disease that more than 26 million Americans have today.
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About one in 25 women who become pregnant develop diabetes during pregnancy, a condition in which the blood sugar level becomes higher than normal.
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The goal of our education program is to empower individuals to learn how to effectively self manage their diabetes so they can lead an active, healthy life with diabetes.
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Pre-diabetes is a serious medical condition that puts you at a higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
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Preventive measures can delay the onset of diabetes, and controlling weight and cholesterol, blood pressure and blood glucose levels can help prevent complications once diabetes is present.
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