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Lower cut-off for prediabetes may prevent cardiovascular disease, study finds

A lower cut-off point for defining prediabetes, allowing earlier lifestyle intervention in at-risk patients, may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease or death according to a recent meta-analysis.

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