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You are at moderate risk of developing Type 2 diabetes but may be high risk for having pre-diabetes. Only a healthcare professional can diagnosis pre-diabetes by doing laboratory blood tests. Arrange with your family doctor to have a health check if you are not already having regular checkups. In the meantime, protect your current health by staying physically active, eating a healthy diet and thereby maintaining a healthy weight.

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