FARMINGTON – In the U.S., 1 in 3 adults has prediabetes and is at risk for type 2 diabetes, yet nearly 90 percent don’t know they have it. Learning about diabetes and how to prevent or delay it is the first step toward living a longer, healthier life.
Join the Diabetes Prevention Program, a national program that is proven to help people lower their chance of developing type 2 diabetes. This year-long course is offered by MaineHealth at Franklin Memorial Hospital at no cost!
The Diabetes Prevention Program will help individuals:
- Learn how to eat healthier and be active
- Develop skills to make healthier choices
- Get the long-term support needed to stick with the changes
- Prevent or delay the development of type 2 diabetes
An upcoming classes is being offered at Franklin Memorial Hospital starting Wednesday, December 4, noon-1 p.m in the Allen Room. The instructor will be longtime local educator Kathleen Kerr.
Please Register here in advance or at http://bit.ly/diabetesFMH. If you have any questions, contact Melissa Norton at email@example.com or 661-7294.