Tag Archives: Prediabetes

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Are You Up to the Challenge?

Ryan's Challenge

Although I didn’t have a choice in my type 1 diabetes diagnosis, you CAN prevent or delay type 2 diabetes and its deadly complications. It all starts with knowing your risk. Continue reading

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Diabetes Myths – Busted.

Stop Diabetes

There are many myths that make it difficult for people to understand the hard facts about diabetes. We join the diverse diabetes community in setting the record straight. Continue reading

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Posted in About Us, Advocacy, Complications, Life with Diabetes, Prediabetes, Research, Statistics
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Why I Am A Diabetes Researcher (part 2)

Stop Diabetes

Explore the past, present and future of diabetes research with some of the American Diabetes Association’s funded researchers. Continue reading

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Success Story: Jennifer Atkins

Jennifer with her husband and children

I know I have a high risk of developing type 2 someday, because of both my family history and my gestational diabetes. People of Hispanic heritage, like me, are at even higher risk. But I’m doing all I can to prevent or delay it. Continue reading

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Posted in American Diabetes Association Alert Day, Complications, Diabetes Alert Day, Family, Food and Fitness, High-Risk Populations, Life with Diabetes, Stop Diabetes, Success Stories
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Success Story: Ruth Sobieralski

Ruth Sobieralski
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I Love Someone with Diabetes: Jennifer Atkins

Jennifer with her husband and children

I love someone with diabetes! Actually, I love a whole lot of people with diabetes. I have watched so many of my family members fight this fight. Continue reading

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Black History Month: Our programs fight discrimination and empower people with diabetes

Samuel Dagogo-Jack, MD

While tremendous progress has been made in diabetes treatment and management, gaps still exist for minority populations such as the African-American community. To learn more for Black History Month, we turned to Dr. Sam Dagogo-Jack, the Association’s President, Medicine & Science. Continue reading

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