Diabetes Education Program - Health Channel

Diabetes Education Program




Angie Placeres, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, explains a diabetes educator works with nurses, endocrinologists, and other dietitians who focus on the diabetic population.

She also says if you have not been diagnosed with diabetes but you have a strong family history, it is important to take action at that time and do not wait until you get a diagnosis and have to take medication. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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