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Diabetes & Me

Basics about DiabetesBasics About Diabetes

What is Diabetes? What are the symptoms? What are the risk factors?

Eat RightEat Right

What healthy food choices should I make?

PrediabetesPrediabetes

What is prediabetes? Fast Facts, Prediabetes FAQs

Staying HealthyStaying Healthy with
Diabetes

What routine medical exams and tests are needed for people with diabetes?

Financial CoverageFinancial Coverage for Diabetes Expenses

Medicare, Medicaid, Health Insurance, Low-cost Services

Be ActiveBe Active

Why is it important for people with diabetes to be physically active?

Prevent DiabetesPrevent Diabetes

How can I prevent diabetes?

Health ConcernsDiabetes Health Concerns

Cardiovascular Health, Vision, Kidneys, Feet, Oral Health

Groups AffectedGroups Especially Affected
by Diabetes

Women, Gestational Diabetes, Older Adults, Racial and Ethnic Groups

Research and StatisticsDiabetes Research and
Statistics

How many people in the United States have diabetes?

 
 
 
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