Adults likely to develop Type 2 diabetes can benefit from participating in evidence-based lifestyle interventions, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Diabetes Prevention Program. But a 2019 John Hopkins Medicine study found that few at-risk adults are being referred to, or participating in, such programs.
Data Points: More could be done to help those at risk of diabetes
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