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Check out the difference between the two main types of #diabetes—Type 1 and Type 2. 8.3% of the U.S. population has diabetes and the numbers will continue to rise. Therefore, it is important that we support diabetes awareness. Repin this to support diabetes awareness and help inform someone who may not have diabetes.

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More Type 1 Diabetes Info: Because we are still spending a lot of time clarifying misinformation with family, friends, and the vast general public. (Repeat with me: Will has type one... type ONE... not type two... type one!)

More Type 1 Diabetes Info: Because we are still spending a lot of time clarifying misinformation with family, friends, and the vast general public. (Repeat with me: Will has type one... type ONE... not type two... type one!)

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A Plea for Compassion (or Reflections on Diabetes Awareness Month)

Diabetes Awareness: 5 Must Know Facts About Type 1 Diabetes

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The silent disease. We all need to educate ourselves more. Do you know the difference between Type 1 and Type 2?

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GO BLUE!!! FOR DIABETES DAY NOVEMBER 14. We wear blue every Friday, year round too.

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Wish everyone could understand this before they start handing out so called advice.

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The 50 Most Shared Facebook Posts Of 2014

Diabetes Awareness Month: Diabetes can be fatal. My mom is someone who I can't lose, and one of the people i love most in the world.

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True. Do some research before recommending any "natural remedies" or "alternative treatment". I'm all about natural, organic, healthy eating/living. But NO AMOUNT of diet/exercise or herbs will replace insulin. Type 1's DO NOT have any insulin unless they inject it.

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Is There a Conspiracy Preventing a Diabetes Cure?

yay god just picked me for the fricken diabetes out of every other person really( sarcasm)

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Diabetes Awareness Month “Annually, November 14 is World Diabetes Day. 11/14 is the birthday of Dr. Banting, who with Best, discovered insulin in 1921.” Every day during Diabetes Awareness Month, I will share a fact, tip, or thought on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. Please remember that I never give medical advice. Ask your endocrinologist or pediatrician for advice about your own child. Make your own informed decisions for your own child.

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