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Via: CNN.com

According to new research, an estimated 350 million people worldwide have diabetes…

This really hits the URBAN community hard because we tend to eat foods high in fat and sugar.  Poorly managed diabetes can lead to heart disease and kidney disease, and higher health care costs. The study attributes 70% of the increase to population growth and aging – the risk of diabetes increases with age.  But 30% of the additional cases were caused by other risk factors such as increases in obesity.

You can fight the onset of DIABETES by exercising more, eating healthier and not smoking…