Am I At Risk Of Type-2 Diabetes?

In diabetes type 2, glucose is unable to enter the cells and perform its function of providing energy to the body (insulin resistance). This leads to an increase in sugar levels beyond normal. It can increase the possibility of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, vision, and other health problems. Your chances of developing type 2 diabetes depend on a combination of risk factors such as your genes and lifestyle. You could be one of many people who have diabetes type-2 and don't know it. The good part is you can prevent and manage type 2 diabetes. The key to prevention is knowing your risk. Take this assessment to know your likelihood of developing type-2 diabetes.

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