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Old 03-28-2010, 11:27 AM   #1
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Arrow Prediabetics are at risk for kidney disease

Prediabetics and undiagnosed diabetics are at risk of kidney disease research shows. It was already known that diabetics stand a greater chance of developing kidney disease, but now research shows that kidney damage may occur at a much earlier stage. Researchers are now recommending that screening for kidney disease be done together with testing for diabetes to catch it before major damage has occurred.

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