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The sooner you know if you’re at risk for diabetes, the sooner you can take steps to prevent it. If you have a family history of diabetes, are overweight or are not physically active, you have a greater chance of developing type 2 diabetes. You are also more likely to develop type 2 diabetes as you get older. All adults age 35 or older should get tested for diabetes and prediabetes.

Here’s a quick way to help you determine if you are at risk. Take the Diabetes Risk Test online.  

In the twelve years that our YMCA has offered the CDC's National Diabetes Prevention Program, we have helped thousands of people to upgrade their lifestyle through this scientifically proven program. We have even achieved the highest evaluation ranking possible from the Centers for Disease Control due to the effectiveness of how we run the program.

Are you not yet diabetic but at risk for diabetes? Would you like to learn more? Call and leave us a message at 440-574-0580 or email us at