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Diabetes- at a very young age as 23 yrs
An_246173 posted:
Hi, very recently I've gt to know that my bro just 23 yrs of age is diagnosed with diabetes. If anyone could tell me if the same could be prevented?
Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Anon and welcome!

Proper diet and exercise is key to managing diabetes symptoms. You can learn more here in the very comprehensive WebMD Diabetes Health Center .

Proper diet and exercise is key to managing diabetes symptoms. We have a very supportive and smart community here that can answer more questions you might have:

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Best to you and your brother -


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