Diabetes in Young Adults: A Wake-Up Call for Employers

What Employers Can Do to Combat This Chronic Disease Epidemic

According to the American Diabetes Association, 34.2 million people had diabetes in 2018. This number is continuing to rise, yet the average age of onset is declining.

Since younger adults experience the health risks associated with diabetes for a longer period of time, they may face even greater life-long consequences than older adults.

Discover the research behind how diabetes is impacting young adults and how you can take action to provide for your prediabetic and diabetic employees, no matter where they are on their health journey. 

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  • The true impact of diabetes in America and key takeaways from new data on the Virgin Pulse population.
  • How to help your employees not only prevent type 2 diabetes, but also manage, treat, and even reverse diabetes.
  • How a personalized digital therapeutics solution can reduce the risk of complications and lower costs associated with diabetes.

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