Nashville lacks neighborhood programs that target diabetes

Parts of Nashville have a big problem with high diabetes rates, and while the city has programs promoting healthy eating and physical activity, they do not target the disease in neighborhoods where it is most prevalent. A pilot program called Teen Choice, funded by the state, helped some children lose weight, and the United Neighborhood Health Services is increasing its diabetes counseling staff and expanding its clinic.

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