More Adults and Children Diagnosed with Diabetes


WMAR-TV (ABC-Balt.) 2:25 More adults and children diagnosed with diabetes Emory Young probably pays more attention to what he eats than most people. That’s because, in 2002, Young was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. “I was thirsty all the time. I had dry skin. I was frequently going to the bathroom and experiencing weight loss,” says Young.  Dr. Ruth S. Horowitz, chief of the Division of Endocrinology at GBMC and a partner with Bay West Endocrinology Associates, says failing to manage your diabetes can have serious consequences.