(Source – news.va.gov)
For Veterans living with diabetes, self-management is essential to reducing the risk for hospitalizations and complications from heart disease, stroke, amputations and blindness.
Diabetes affects over 30 million Americans. Type 2 diabetes is when the body cannot effectively lower blood sugar levels, and is most common among these adults. Nearly 25% of Veterans who receive care from VA have diabetes, and VA is committed to improving their health outcomes. Continue reading here…
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