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Writer Riva Greenberg has posed an interesting question about prediabetes: Are we disempowering people by telling them they have "prediabetes" instead of calling it an early stage of type 2 diabetes?

Absolutely! I think too many people with prediabetes aren't realizing they actually HAVE diabetes.
49%
No. I don't think it disempowers people — as long as they get all of the available facts about what it means to have prediabetes.
4%
No. I think some people with prediabetes understand the implications, but aren't moved to change.
3%
I think it empowers people by giving them a chance to take control of their health.
17%
I think prediabetes isn't taken seriously enough, but calling it something else isn't the answer.
12%
If someone had explained it differently to me, I certainly would have done things differently!
7%
Tough question. Not sure.
4%
Total votes are 338
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by Nicole Purcell
I was at boxing class the other day, and quite honestly I was taking my chances. I knew it. I had been low earlier in the day and used all of my emergency juice to treat that insulin reaction, leaving me at class (which is directly after work) with no juice whatsoever. No good. Of course, that day - the day I have no juice would be the exact day that diabetes picks to do its dirty work. Mid-class, I had a plummet. Just dropped to very low and but quick. I sat to test and...