Pre-diabetic patients respond to self-directed lifestyle interventions, researcher says

Dec 10, 2012 Full story: Science Daily

The study, published Dec. 10 in the Archives of Internal Medicine , opens up a practical way for primary care physicians to help their patients at high risk for developing diabetes.

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Lanham, MD

#1 Dec 11, 2012
Our Diabetes Education & Management organization(Steps To Success) just created a new program for the uninsured & under-insured to help with the high cost of diabetes testing supplies. Our Economy Program comes with between 50-200 test strips monthly, a bunch of Steps To Success merchandise and unlimited access to our Certified Diabetes Educator. Our website also has a ton of diabetes information & games as well. Check us out sometime, at http://www.steps-to-success.org

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