Harold Goldstein

California Center for Public Health Advocacy

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Harold Goldstein on KCRW

A new UCLA study today on the rates of diabetes and prediabetes throughout the state of California is bad news for Californians.

New Study Reveals California Has a Full-Blown Diabetes Health Crisis

A new UCLA study today on the rates of diabetes and prediabetes throughout the state of California is bad news for Californians.

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