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Did You Know?
- To learn about clinical trials for diabetes research, visit the National Institutes of Health's Type 1 Diabetes TrialNet (www.diabetestrialnet.org).– via National Institutes of Health
- The GoMeals® mobile app for people with diabetes can help you find restaurants, look up nutritional information and track your daily eating habits.– via Go Meals
- Following an exercise program that includes both aerobic activity and strength training may help manage blood sugar levels more effectively than one type of exercise alone.– via National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse (NDIC)
- Trying to lose weight? One hour of shopping and 15 minutes of trying on clothes can burn around 190 calories.– via WebMD
- Strength training might be a beneficial exercise for people with Type 2 diabetes. You should speak with your healthcare provider to see if it could benefit you.– via WebMD