Impaired Fasting Blood Sugar

Prediabetes, also called impaired fasting glucose, has a new, lower diagnostic cutpoint according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA). The new level is a blood glucose of 100 mg/dl, instead of the former 110 mg/dl. A level of 126 or above is the diagnosing criterion for diabetes. The ADA estimates there are about 16 million Americans with prediabetes, but the new cut-off point will incr...

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