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Annie_WebMD_Staff posted:
Are you signed up for the Diabetes newsletters? You don't have to have diabetes to benefit from this newsletter especially if you have PCOS or any other heath condition that can make it easier to develop diabetes in the future.

This week's Diabetes newsletter has a link to an article:
What Is Prediabetes or Borderline Diabetes?

So how do you sign up for the Diabetes newsletter or any other newsletter? You simply log in to WebMD, click on the "My Account" link at the top right hand of the page once you are logged in, and then click on the "Update" next to the Newsletters" word and then check the boxes of the various newsletters that WebMD offers. The newsletters will then be sent to your email inbox.

- Annie
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