Blood Sugar Rising

Diabetes in Our Communities

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This clip from the PBS special, Blood Sugar Rising, makes the case that the environments that we live in are structured to create inequity. Rural areas, indigenous communities, and other lower income communities, have a higher prevalence of diabetes (and other diseases) because of the lack of access to healthy foods.

Aired: 02/25/20 | Rating: NR

A Production of Structure Films for WGBH. With funding from: Draper, The Russell Berrie Foundation, Sami Inkinen, through the Inkinen Family Donor-Advised Fund, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.

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