Saturday, February 06, 2016


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Pre-diabetes is characterized by a higher-than-normal blood glucose, but the condition carries no symptoms.  With over 54 million Americans age 20 and older exhibiting pre-diabetes, individuals experiencing even mild symptoms should consult a doctor for diagnosis and to potentially begin treatment to reverse the pre-diabetes.

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