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March 11, 1994 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-11

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our risk
of diabetes,
without the
sugar coating

An estimated 200,000 Michigan residents
don't know they have diabetes.

Diabetes affects people of all ages, nationalities and income levels.
In Michigan, over a quarter of a million residents have been diagnosed with
this disease.
Diabetics are at increased risk of eye and kidney disease as well as
cardiovascular problems. But serious side effects can often be prevented.
Education and a healthy lifestyle are essential to good self-management of
diabetes. Health Development Network at Botsford Center for Health Improvement
offers a variety of educational programs and a diabetes support group for
individuals and families.
Call Botsford Center for Health Improvement at (313) 477-6100
today, for information on classes, individual consultation, or support
groups. If you would like a physician referral, please call Health
Match at 442-7900.

Reaching out to the people of our community

28050 Grand River Avenue • Farmington Hills, MI 48336-5933


01993 Botsford General Hospital




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