Researchers emphasize the importance of early diabetes screening

09/17/2003 | American Medical News (subscription required)

Getting people treated earlier may prevent complications such as heart attacks, kidney disease, blindness and loss of limbs, according to a paper published in September's "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences." Screening adults over 45 and those with risk factors such as obesity or a family history of diabetes can help health professionals identify the more than one-third of diabetics who are believed to be undiagnosed.

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