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Did You Know?

You can both prevent diabetes and manage it if you’ve been diagnosed by eating a healthy diet, exercising 30 minutes each day, and losing excess weight.

Recent statistics show that more than eight percent of the United States population has diabetes, with an additional seven million people undiagnosed. What’s more is that those people are two to four times more likely to have a stroke, two to four times more likely to die of a heart attack, and are at much greater risk for conditions like blindness, kidney disease and high blood pressure. The good news is that diabetes and the complications that go with it can be managed with the right treatment. The first step is learning what you’re up against.

  • Symptoms of Diabetes

    You could have diabetes and not know it because the symptoms can develop slowly and are not always alarming.

    Look for these signs:

    • Increased thirst and hunger
    • Frequent urination
    • Weight loss
    • Fatigue
    • Blurred vision
  • Who's At Risk?

    The exact cause of diabetes is unknown, but knowing your risk level can help prevent it. People who are over age 45, are overweight, are inactive, or have a family history of type II diabetes are at greater risk for the disease. Those who are African American, Hispanic, American Indian, Asian American or Pacific Islander also have a greater risk of developing diabetes.

    At AdventHealth, we are dedicated to helping you prevent diabetes. Take our quiz to learn if you’re at risk for developing the disease. People at a higher risk for diabetes should visit their doctors for a complete diagnosis and to develop a plan for managing the disease.

Take our Diabetes Quiz to Assess Your Risk.

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Terms and Conditions

By participating in this quiz, or screening or health assessment, I recognize and accept all risks associated with it. I understand that the program will only screen for certain risk factors and does not constitute a complete physical exam. For the diagnosis of a medical problem, I must see a physician for a complete medical exam. I release AdventHealth and any other organization(s) involved in this screening, and their employees and agents, from all liabilities, medical claims or expenses which may arise from my participation. Thank you for investing in your health by participating today.

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