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25 Legends: Laura Nolan

Summer 1973: I had just finished the eighth grade. I was a little nervous but very excited at the prospect of starting high school and a new chapter in my life. But little did I know just how much my life was going to change over the next few months. Continue reading

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25 Legends: Timothy Trout

I have always felt great after finishing a Step Out walk. Being involved early on helped me understand the importance of having a supportive community and following a healthy lifestyle. Continue reading

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25 Legends: Hillary Liber

When I was first diagnosed, I was terrified. My doctor recognized my fear, held my hands in his and asked me what scared me. Continue reading

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I Plan on Walking at #StepOutDiabetes Because…

We recently asked our Facebook and Twitter community whey they walk at Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes and the messages that came back are a constant reminder on why we all walk . Continue reading

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A Dude, a Red Strider and a Flock of Blue Flamingos

What were you doing when you were nine years old?

Here’s one nine year old who IS making a difference since his diagnosis with type 1 diabetes three years ago. Noah, better known as The Diabetes Dude, has a unique way of raising awareness – which is better explained in his own words. So here’s a chat I had with The Diabetes Dude and his dad, Tim. Continue reading

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