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Did You Know?
- The Tour de Cure is a series of bicycling fundraising events held in 44 states that benefits the American Diabetes Association.– via American Diabetes Association
- 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 three types of carbohydrates you should be aware of when tracking your diet: sugar, starch and fiber.– via Mayo Clinic
- 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
- Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2008, two years after he was selected in the NFL draft.– via American Diabetes Association