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With nearly one-third of U.S. adults grappling with prediabetes, awareness is key to prevention and management. Prediabetes is a health condition marked by higher-than-normal blood sugar levels that are not high enough to be classified as type 2 diabetes. It’s a wake-up call that can lead to diabetes if no proactive steps are taken.

To combat this, Cape Fear Valley Health provides five critical facts about prediabetes on their health library website. These facts cover the importance of understanding prediabetes, its risk factors, and the preventive measures one can take to halt its progression to diabetes. For the detailed information, everyone is encouraged to educate themselves by visiting the Cape Fear Valley Health library’s website.

Understanding these facts could be a vital step in reversing the course of prediabetes and leading a healthier, more informed life. For more detailed information, please visit Cape Fear Valley Health’s Health Library at https://library.capefearvalley.com/.

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