Diabetes and prediabetes are becoming increasingly common health concerns in the United States. As of now, prediabetes affects 96 million people, which is one out of every three Americans. It is a precursor to type 2 diabetes and is a major cause for concern.
Dr. Francine Kaufman, who was previously the president of the American Diabetes Association, spoke with Andrew Douglas at the digital desk of Action News 5. The discussion centered around new technological advancements that are making it easier for individuals to manage their diabetes, ultimately improving their overall quality of life.
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