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Diabetes among Hispanics reaching alarming proportions

by Bastien Inzaurralde, The Republic on 12/13/2011

The Republic reports "diabetes is a growing problem among all ethnic, age and socio-economic groups, but experts, officials and advocates say it has reached alarming proportions among Hispanics living near the U.S.-Mexico border, driven by factors including obesity, poverty, a lack of health coverage and poor diet."

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