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Prediabetes News

Prediabetes is a condition in which a person's blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be diagnosed as type 2 diabetes.

ADA, CDC, AMA, and the Ad Council just launched the first-ever national PSA campaign targeting prediabetes awareness and prevention - plus, three short video ads!
A UCLA study offers alarming insights into the nation’s diabetes epidemic.
Results from the SCALE study show weight loss, delayed onset of type 2 diabetes, and report improved quality of life
Advice for increasing daily activity, the new Fit2Me mobile app, and enthusiasm for the National Diabetes Prevention Program
The bold new recommendation for children and their parents
Tax revenue will be invested in primary school sports in England.
Plus, a partnership with UCSF to drive better research.
The latest evidence on Saxenda shows that three years of treatment with the drug lowers risk for type 2 diabetes by an impressive 79%
Geisinger’s Fresh Food Farmacy provides a “prescription” for healthy food to people with type 2 diabetes who are food insecure; plus, a Q&A with Geisinger
Participating in a lifestyle change program could help lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes
CVS now offers same-day prescription home delivery from 6,000 pharmacies across the United States for a delivery charge of $7.99.
New guidelines by the US Department of Health and Human Services emphasize the benefit of ANY increased physical activity
Try googling “prediabetes” or “type 2 diabetes” — a new search feature in the United States automatically spotlights the CDC’s one-minute prediabetes risk test
Will the medication move from “off label” to standard of care for people at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes?
A new study shows that physical activity can add years to your life. Is this enough to motivate behavior change?
The FDA finds that some versions of extended-release metformin contain excessive amounts of a cancer-causing chemical called NDMA
We outline diabetes-related eye complications and suggest a few tips to keep your eyes as healthy as possible
See Catherine’s list of low-carb, nutrient-dense foods that keep well – allowing you to stay home and still eat healthily. Above all, please stay safe and well
What is the link between vision loss and mental health outcomes, and how can eye exams tell us what is going on in the brain and the body?
“In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities; in the expert’s mind there are few.”

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