Diabetes: Understanding and Lowering Risk

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We are in a critical time in our understanding of diabetes. According to the CDC, an estimated 415 million people worldwide have diabetes, and about 47 percent remain undiagnosed. That means hundreds of millions of people do not know they have diabetes.

Moreover, when diabetes is not treated or diagnosed it can raise the risk of a host of diseases and dysfunction from heart disease and stroke, hearing and vision loss to kidney disease and even depression and anxiety.

You will learn:

1) Which lifestyle choices research shows can dramatically reduce the risk of developing diabetes.
2)  The surprising and emerging link between diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.
3) What is real and what is myth about diabetes.
4) What are the latest treatments and the latest, most sophisticated ways to diagnosis diabetes.
5) What exciting research is giving us hope for the prevention, treatment and management of diabetes.

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We are in a critical time in our understanding of diabetes. According to the CDC, an estimated 415 million people worldwide have diabetes, and about 47 percent remain undiagnosed. That means hundreds of millions of people do not know they have diabetes.

Moreover, when diabetes is not treated or diagnosed it can raise the risk of a host of diseases and dysfunction from heart disease and stroke, hearing and vision loss to kidney disease and even depression and anxiety.

You will learn:

1) Which lifestyle choices research shows can dramatically reduce the risk of developing diabetes.
2)  The surprising and emerging link between diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.
3) What is real and what is myth about diabetes.
4) What are the latest treatments and the latest, most sophisticated ways to diagnosis diabetes.
5) What exciting research is giving us hope for the prevention, treatment and management of diabetes.

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