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Report reveals US state rankings on diabetes incidence

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Dec 02, 2016

Colorado, Rhode Island and Utah have the lowest incidence of diabetes in the US, with less than 8% of the population having the condition, while Alabama and West Virginia have the highest diabetes incidence, with more than 16% of the population having a diagnosis, according to a Gallup and Healthways report. Researchers said the obesity epidemic was one of the biggest reasons for the high diabetes rates. Time.com (11/30)


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