At any given time, one out of every three people in the United States suffers from a skin disease. In the Academy's Dermatology A to Z section, you will find the following:
A patch of darker, thicker, velvety-feeling skin can be a sign of pre-diabetes. If you notice this change to your skin, you should see your doctor. With help, you may be able to prevent pre-diabetes from progressing to diabetes.
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