Impaired fasting glucose - prediabetes; Impaired glucose tolerance - prediabetes

Diabetes risk factors

Type 1 diabetes usually begins in childhood, and type 2 diabetes typically begins in adulthood. Type 2 diabetes is becoming more common due to the growing number of older Americans and an increasing trend toward obesity and a sedentary lifestyle. Without proper management of diabetes, long-term health risks such as heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure can occur.

About Prediabetes

How to Help Prevent Diabetes

Risk Factors

Follow-Up Testing