Diabetes Cases To Double In The Next 25 Years

The stats on diabetes in the African-American community are already alarming: one in four Black women has it. A new study from the University of Chicago might give us even more reason to get on the wellness train. According to researchers, nearly 41.1 million people in the U.S. are expected to be diagnosed with diabetes by the year 2034. That's up from 23.7 million people.


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