Fast Five Quiz: Prediabetes

Anne L. Peters, MD


October 03, 2019

In prediabetes, which is on the rise, blood glucose levels are above the upper threshold considered to be normal but below the threshold for a diagnosis of diabetes. The diagnosis of prediabetes is important because it represents an opportunity to prevent a serious disease—diabetes—from occurring.

More than 300 million people worldwide are estimated to have prediabetes, and this number is projected to rise to 587 million or 8.3% of adults.

How much do you know about prediabetes? Test your knowledge with this quick quiz.


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