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Diabetes hits Hispanic people in the U.S. harder

U.S. adults have a 40% chance of developing Type 2 Diabetes, but Hispanic adults have more than a 50% chance of developing the disease.

   

Diabetes impacts people of all ethnicities, but Hispanic and Latino adults have a higher chance of developing it when compared with the population as a whole.

Reset learns more about what role genetic and cultural factors play in diabetes impacting this community so heavily and what anyone interested can do to lead a healthier lifestyle.

GUEST: Dr. Arshiya Baig, primary care physician, University of Chicago Medicine

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