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- Tackling Type 1Two football pros talk about living with diabetes
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Did You Know?
- People with diabetes may improve their long-term health by incorporating online tools and support into their healthcare plan.– via American Diabetes Association
- It's a myth that people with diabetes can't eat any sugar. Sweetened foods and drinks can be part of an eating plan that takes all of your carbohydrates into account.– via D Life
- Clinical trials are a great way to help advance diabetes research. Check with your doctor to see if participating might be right for you.– via American Diabetes Association
- Members of the American Diabetes Association's free online Living With Type 2 Diabetes Program receive recipes, symptom-management tools, and access to an online community.– via American Diabetes Association
- Government statistics project that one in three people born in 2000 will develop diabetes.– via Congressional Diabetes Caucus