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Diabetes Awareness

November is Diabetes Awareness Month!

Every person in the United States has a connection with someone with Diabetes. It’s an ailment that effects over 7.2 billion people! But what exactly is Diabetes? There’s a lot of confusion surrounding diabetes, the different types, what causes it, how to avoid it, and who is effected by it. This little blog post is far from a comprehensive understanding of the disease and it’s complications. Instead, please use it as a hub to find the answers to the questions you may have. Use the links provided to learn something new, and begin to understand the workings of this prevalent disease.

This is an amazing resource is full of educational content on the different forms of Diabetes and complications associated with the Disease. Please click and explore, you’re garunteed to find out something new!

Diabetes Awareness Month

This is the link to the ADA, another great source for information regarding the disease, it also offers news in regards to nationwide events, recipes and resources for those newly diagonsed, information for families with children who have been diagnosed and so much more. Go ahead and browse the site.

American Diabetes Association

And of course, Information that is near and dear to our hearts (because it’s all about your eyes) please click this link for more information about Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic Eye Disease

Hopefully these links will be useful to you or someone you love who is trying to understand Diabetes better.