Diabetes: The Silent Killer
|Diabetes: The Silent Killer||Darrell Miller||03/11/17|
March 11, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Diabetes: The Silent Killer
Diabetes is the silent killer. Experts say that one in three people have pre diabetes and have blood sugar levels that are very high. If blood sugar levels are not checked regularly and controlled, then it could lead to the disease. March 28th is Alert Day, which calls for people to take care of this issue.
- Diabetes is a serious disease that needs monitoring, or else it can have deadly results.
- It is important to remember that fair percentage of the population has diabetes.
- Diabetes is a serious condition, and it is important to understand that many people in the United States have the prequalifiers to inherent the disease.
"Experts say that one in three Americans have “Pre-Diabetes” and have blood sugar levels that are higher than normal."