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Diabetes

If you have diabetes, your blood sugar levels are too high. With type 2 diabetes, this happens because your body does not make enough insulin, or it does not use insulin well (this is called insulin resistance).

Diabetes Risk Test (American Diabetes Association)

Diabetes Basics (American Diabetes Association)

Diabetes Symptoms and Causes (Mayo Clinic)

Managing Diabetes (National Institute of Health)

How to Prevent Diabetes (Medline Plus)

Updated November 2018

NC Support Groups

Diabetes Care Center (UNC Healthcare)
(919) 484-1015

Managing Diabetes (NCDHHS)

Diabetes - Websites Serving North Carolina (NC Health Info)

Find a Diabetes Educator (American Association of Diabetes Educators)

Find an Endocrinologist (American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists)

Updated November 2018

Links on Diabetes

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