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Frequently Asked Questions

1.  Am I at risk for developing diabetes?
2.  How can I achieve and maintain good blood glucose control?
3.  How can I reduce the risk of complications?
4.  What are the health risks of poorly controlled diabetes?

1.  Am I at risk for developing diabetes?

The more risk factors you have, the higher your risk for developing diabetes.  Risk factors include:

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2.  How can I achieve and maintain good blood glucose control?

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3.  How can I reduce the risk of complications?

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4.  What are the health risks of poorly controlled diabetes?

Studies have shown that the risk of diabetes complications is reduced greatly with even small lifestyle improvements. Poorly controlled diabetes can have many adverse effects:

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Remember: You can control your diabetes, don't let your diabetes control you! Stay on track and reduce your risk for diabetes related complications.

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