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Two experts argue the case.
Diabetes kills more people than breast cancer and AIDS, and Mary Tyler Moore was a fierce advocate for research to combat the disease. Here is why it's important to know if you are prediabetic.
Diabetes afflicts nearly 30 million people in the U.S., but 86 million more are pre-diabetic. There are effective ways to screen those people, too -- and it isn't all about fat.
The creation of new “pre-conditions” is turning millions of people into patients across the globe.
One in three people in the UK has prediabetes. A tax on sugary drinks is welcome, but long overdue.