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Diabetes

What can I do about my risk?

You can do a lot to lower your chances of getting diabetes. Exercising regularly, reducing fat and calorie intake, and losing weight can all help you reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels also help you stay healthy.
If you are overweight
Then take these steps:
• Reach and maintain a reasonable body weight.
• Make wise food choices most of the time.
• Be physically active every day.
If you checked
I am fairly inactive.
Then take this step:
• Be physically active every day.
If you checked
My blood pressure is 140/90 or higher.
Then take these steps:
• Reach and maintain a reasonable body weight.
• Make wise food choices most of the time.
• Reduce your intake of salt and alcohol.
• Be physically active every day.
• Talk to your doctor about whether you need medicine to control your blood pressure.
If you checked
My cholesterol levels are not normal.
Then take these steps:
• Make wise food choices most of the time.
• Be physically active every day.
• Talk to your doctor about whether you need medicine to control your cholesterol levels.

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What are the signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes?

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