An even more concerning trend than the increasing prevalence of diabetes in the United States is the rise in prediabetes. This condition, which can lead to type 2 diabetes, now affects 96 million people, equivalent to one in three Americans. To discuss new technologies that are making it easier for individuals to manage diabetes and improve their daily lives, Dr. Francine Kaufman, a former president of the American Diabetes Association, recently joined Andrew Douglas at the digital desk of Action News 5.
During the interview, Dr. Kaufman shared insights into how these new technologies can benefit those living with diabetes. She discussed the importance of advancements in managing the condition and how they can positively impact the lives of those affected. The video player provided above contains a full discussion on this topic and related advancements in diabetes management. Additionally, individuals can sign up for the newsletter to receive updates on this topic and others related to health and wellness.
It is clear that efforts are being made to improve the lives of those living with diabetes through new technologies and advancements in managing the condition. With the growing prevalence of diabetes and prediabetes, it is crucial to continue these efforts to support individuals affected by these conditions.