Prediabetes Raises Risk for Heart Attack, Stroke
Getting diagnosed with prediabetes—which means your blood sugar level is higher than normal—is a serious wake-up call. Without intervention, prediabetes often leads to type 2 diabetes and puts you at increased risk for heart disease and stroke. But this diagnosis doesn’t mean that you will definitely develop diabetes. There’s still time to turn things around.

Hear family medicine physician Dr. Mikki Hand describe how prediabetes is diagnosed and practical steps you can take to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.

Speaker: Mikki Hand, MD, of Family Medical Associates of Lafayette
When: Wednesday, Sept. 2, from 7 to 8 p.m.
Where: Watch online. You’ll get the link once you register.
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