Question of the Week | Who has most diabetes risk based on 2023 Standards?

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The clinic where JR works as a Diabetes Specialist wants to set up a screening program to identify people with undiagnosed prediabetes or diabetes based on risk status.  According to the 2023 ADA Standards of Care, which of the following indicates that an individual is at increased risk of having prediabetes and diabetes and needs further testing?

  1. A 29-year-old newly started on antiretroviral therapy.
  2. A 24-year-old who leads a sedentary lifestyle and father has history of heart disease.
  3. A 14-year-old whose cousin with type 1 diabetes.
  4. A 26-year-old who just delivered a baby three weeks early.

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