Nearly 26 million people have diabetes in the United States, and pre-diabetes is far more common than previously believed. About 35 percent of U.S. adults, 20 years and older, or 79 million people, currently have pre-diabetes. Racial and ethnic minority groups are disproportionately affected by diabetes, especially the elderly among these populations. Each year in November, the American Diabetes Association joins with health care organizations, practitioners and advocates in raising awareness about the disease.
· Visit the AANHPI Diabetes Coalition webpage , hosted by NCAPIP
· Learn more: Diabetes 101 | Promotional materials from diabetes.org | Screening and risk information from NIDDK
· Get diabetes data and statistics and research info from the Office of Minority Health
· Test your knowledge and take this quiz on gestational diabetes