Diabetes: Race and Ethnicity




Do your race and ethnicity put you at risk for diabetes? Dr. Ketevan Vladi, Internal Medicine Physician with Baptist Health South Florida, talks about the statistics of diabetes in Asian, black, Hispanic and white people. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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