As we continue our conversation from last week: Diabetes Risk Factors Part 1, we’d like to now further non modifiable risk factors.
A non-modifiable risk factor means you cannot change or have control over. Modifiable means these are risk factors you can change or have control over.
What are modifiable risk factors and what can you do about them?
You can start your journey by developing a self-care plan.
Obtain routine diabetes care with your doctor-
 Take your medications
 Keep your doctor appointments Ask questions
What are some things you can start on your journey to healthy life?
Teresa KunathRN Clinical Specialist
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