Type 2 diabetes is one of the most expensive chronic illnesses in America. Nearly half of adults in the US either have diabetes or pre-diabetes and experts warn that most don’t even know until it’s too late. Globally, the problem is just as dire, with The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) estimating that around 232 million people worldwide are undiagnosed, putting them at high risk of developing diabetes-related problems including blindness, nerve damage, heart disease, and limb amputation...
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