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Keeping blood glucose levels as close to normal (nondiabetic) for people with diabetes can prevent or slow the progression of complications.
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Publish Date: 12/16/09
Media Contact: AHC Public Relations, (513) 558-4553
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Diabetes Center Hosting Second Round of Pre-diabetes Education Classes

CINCINNATIóAre you at risk for diabetes? Do you have a family history of the disease?

If so, or if your physician has already diagnosed you with pre-diabetes, then join the UC Health Diabetes Center in 2010 for a three-class series on pre-diabetes management.

A UC nutritionist and graduate student intern from UCís College of Allied Health Sciences will be on hand to discuss diabetes and answer questions about healthy lifestyle goals, weight management and metabolic syndrome.

Two three-class series will be offered.

The first series begins Monday, Jan. 25, with additional classes to be held Monday, Feb. 22, and Monday, May 24.

The second series takes place Monday, March 22, Monday, April 26, and Monday, May 24.

Morning or afternoon sessions are available. Each session is three hours long and will be held at the Rieveschl Auditorium in the Vontz Center for Molecular Studies, 3125 Eden Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45267. 

The cost of the program is $5 per person, per session, and includes all handouts. No insurance is required. No referrals are needed.

On-street parking is recommended. Parking is also available in the Eden Garage, adjacent to the Vontz Center. Regular parking rates apply.

For questions, or to register, call (513) 475-8200.



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