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Did You Know?
- Each state has specific laws about issuing a drivers license to a person with diabetes. Do you know what your state requires?– via American Diabetes Association
- For people with type 2 diabetes, even short spurts of exercise may help improve blood sugar levels.– via Endocrine Society
- The World Health Organization estimates that more than 346 million people worldwide have diabetes. Take part in World Diabetes Day celebrations on November 14, 2012.– via World Health Organization
- If you're overweight, losing just 5 to 10 percent of your body weight can make a difference in helping manage your blood sugar.– via Mayo Clinic
- To help avoid airport security delays, travel with a letter from your doctor that outlines the details of the medications and devices you need.– via University of Alabama Birmingham Comprehensive Diabetes Center