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Did You Know?
- 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)
- 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
- Global healthcare spending on diabetes was $378 billion in 2010, projected to rise to $490 billion by 2030.– via International Diabetes Federation
- People with diabetes may improve their long-term health by incorporating online tools and support into their healthcare plan.– via American Diabetes Association
- There are some healthier dessert options out there for people with diabetes. One idea: no-sugar hot chocolate with cinnamon sprinkled on top.– via WebMD