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The CDC recently announced 21 million Americans now have diabetes. What do you think is the primary reason behind the diabetes surge?
Fast food/junk food culture
A less-active lifestyle
Not enough spent on diabetes research
Not enough spent on preventative health care
Economic barriers to healthy diet and exercise
None of these

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