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Sarah Luke, 73, of Kennesaw, Ga., who was diagnosed with diabetes six years ago, works out as part of a new exercise program at her local YMCA, Friday, April 4, 2014, in Kennesaw, Ga. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

April 17 (Bloomberg) — Improved preventative care for diabetes has cut the rate of serious complications such as heart attack and stroke over the past 20 years while the number of Americans diagnosed with the disease continues to rise, a government report found.

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