29 million Americans have diabetes, and even more have prediabetes, but did you know that diabetes increases your risk of heart disease death and stroke. It’s a hard pill to swallow, but people with diabetes are twice as likely to have a stroke or die of heart disease.
There are ways to lower your risk. By lowering your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes or lowering your risk of heart disease, you can keep yourself safer and healthier. Learn more about your risk and find the heart health screening that’s right for you.
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