Diabetes awareness

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.

Knowing the differences between the two types of diabetes could help a student decipher if they have one or the other. Also, some symptoms change with the types so it is important to be able to deviate the symptoms from the types of diabetes.

NRS Healthcare Diabetes Awareness Infographic

Raising Awareness On World Diabetes Day With NRS Healthcare

This infographic will help you differentiate between Type I, Type II, and Gestational Diabetes and healthy lifestyle habits to adopt when managing or preventing any type of diabetes✨

Type 1 Diabetes Infographic -  Lets spread some knowledge as November is Diabetes Awareness Month.

Good graphic for info boards 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!

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

Is There a Conspiracy Preventing a Diabetes Cure?

Everyone knows some one with diabetes. November is diabetes awareness month. Plexus has done great things for diabetes patients.

Hope Heart Diabetes Ribbon - Diabetes Awareness Sticker

Hope Heart Diabetes Ribbon - Diabetes Awareness Sticker

Show your diabetes awareness support with our Heart Ribbon Hope Sticker. Feel free to customize this diabetes awareness sticker with a saying such as "For Julia", "For a Cure"

Kids Tie Dye Type 1 One Diabetes Awareness Blue by MoosieBrand

Kids Tie Dye Type 1 One Diabetes Awareness Blue Ribbon with Blood Drop T-Shirt TieDye Moosiebrand Moosie Brand

Seeing blue: November is Diabetes Awareness Month, have you taken the Big Blue Test? #introcomm  www.twitter.com/introcomm

Seeing blue: November is Diabetes Awareness Month, have you taken the Big Blue Test?

Northwest Prime -"Exposure" Diabetes Awareness with Author/Parents of Type 1 Juvenile Diabetic, June

Diabetes Awareness: 5 Must Know Facts About Type 1 Diabetes

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

Diabetes Awareness: 5 Must Know Facts About Type 1 Diabetes. My sister has lived with Type 1 Diabetes the majority of her life. Awareness is everything.

Hyperglycemia #diabetes #health #infographic

Hyperglycemia occurs when people with diabetes have too much sugar in their bloodstream. Hyperglycemia should not be confused with hypoglycemia, which is when

Type 1 diabetes awareness | my beautiful daughter has to have at least 4 shots a day to stay alive. This is our reality. Taken in my studio www.mazzalou.com

Type 1 diabetes awareness | my beautiful daughter has to have at least 4 shots a day to stay alive. This is our reality. Taken in my studio www.mazzalou.com

Diabetes Awareness Month - Eye disease (diabetic retinopathy): most people with diabetes will develop some form of eye disease (retinopathy) causing reduced vision or blindness. Consistently high levels of blood glucose, together with high blood pressure and high cholesterol, are the main causes of retinopathy. It can be managed through regular eye checks and keeping glucose and lipid levels at or close to normal.

High Blood Pressure

Diabetic retinopathy is the most common type of diabetic eye disease. Risk of developing this disease goes up the longer a person has diabetes. Learn more by clicking over to this infographic from an eye doctor in Thorndale.

Type 1 Diabetes Chart - Diabetes Poster - AnatomyStuff

Understanding Type 1 Diabetes anatomy poster describes how Type 1 diabetes affects the process of insulin production by the pancreas. Endocrinology chart for doctors and nurses.

Diabetes Awareness Infographic

Diabetes Awareness Infographic

October is National Diabetes Awareness Month. In the United States, million children and adults have diabetes. Take a look at our latest infographic.

Be Nice to Diabetics - diabetes awareness insulin pricks shot injection t1d type 1

Be Nice to Diabetics - diabetes awareness insulin pricks shot injection t1d type 1

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