Olivia Lolo 3, is tested for diabetes as her mother, Stephanie Lolo, holds her while blood is drawn at the Memorial Healthcare System offices in Hollywood. Olivia's brother Enzo, 8, is in the doorway and has type 1 diabetes.
Olivia Lolo 3, is tested for diabetes as her mother, Stephanie Lolo, holds her while blood is drawn at the Memorial Healthcare System offices in Hollywood. Olivia's brother Enzo, 8, is in the doorway and has type 1 diabetes. Walter Michot wmichot@miamiherald.com
Olivia Lolo 3, is tested for diabetes as her mother, Stephanie Lolo, holds her while blood is drawn at the Memorial Healthcare System offices in Hollywood. Olivia's brother Enzo, 8, is in the doorway and has type 1 diabetes. Walter Michot wmichot@miamiherald.com

Free screenings shine light on risk of diabetes

November 21, 2015 07:00 AM

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