Take charge of your fitness routine.

Regular physical activity is an important part of managing diabetes or dealing with prediabetes. With a new year starting, what better time to make a healthy change and mix up your fitness routine?
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We Stand Greater Than Diabetes

November is American Diabetes Month®—a time to join together and take action.

Are you at risk?

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Take action against prediabetes

Small changes in your diet and exercise can make a big difference with prediabetes. Assess your risk and change your course today.

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Try something different

From diet and exercise to treatment and care, there are tons of practical things you can do every day to make your life easier. Here are just a few.

Learn how to manage

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Find a diabetes education program near you

Regardless of where you are in your journey with diabetes, we are here to help. Find educators near you that can help to manage your diabetes.


Real people. Real stories.

✨DIAVERSARY✨ I never actually acknowledged my “Diaversary” or even knew it was a thing until I stumbled into the DOC in 2017. As a matter of fact, I forgot to even acknowledge it on 12/1/2020 🤦🏾‍♀️ As of today, I have been a type one diabetic for SIXTEEN years and two months...that’s more than half of my life🤯 I went from manual syringe injections and a set time and carb count for meals, to insulin pens with a sliding scale, to a pump, back to pens and now back to a pump. I’ve used almost every well known glucometer and I’ve tried two different brands of CGMs in my lifetime. Diabetes is a ROLLERCOASTER that none of us ask to get on...but despite the negatives that come along with it, there are so many blessings! I call them DiaBlessings: I do not think I would be as strong, resilient, independent and compassionate as I am today, if I wouldn’t have lived with a chronic illness. I have also met some AMAZING people as a result of diabetes. At the end of the day, it’s all about perspective. Can you identify your DiaBlessings? . . . . . . . . . #t1d #typeonediabetic #typeonelookslikeme #typeonewarrior #typeonetotypenone #t1dlookslikeme #t1diabetes #type2diabetes #pcosawareness #milso #t2d #nationaldiabetesawarenessmonth #beyondtype1 #t1dpoc #worlddiabetesday #insulinforall #pcosfighter #chronicillnessawareness #teamfreestylelibre #pcos #t1dstrong #insulin4all #ndam #typeonestrong #t1dawareness #type1pregnancyplanning #gestationaldiabetes #chronicillnesswarrior

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