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Diabetes Screening

November is National Diabetes Month, making it the perfect time to shed light on one of the country’s most common and costly medical conditions.

Diabetes and Cholesterol Screening

In This Article:

  • 30 million people in the U.S. have diabetes. Another 84 million have prediabetes, a condition where higher than normal blood sugar puts them at risk of developing diabetes. The disease has no cure, but it is manageable.
  • Susceptibility to diabetes depends on many factors, like your ethnicity, age, weight, lifestyle, family history, personal history and more. It is usually linked to having high cholesterol.
  • Symptoms include frequent urination, excessive thirst and hunger, weight loss, sudden vision changes, tingling in hands and feet, chronic fatigue, dry skin, persistent sores and infections. Get screened for diabetes if you are suffering from more than one of these symptoms.

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