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The CDC offers guidance to help people with diabetes stay safe and healthy amid COVID-19.
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We’re here celebrating the end of an incredible youth & family pilot program: The 45 Day Wellness Reset Church Challenge! This program sponsored by @novonordisk was held in partnership with @agaperahway @alfwc and the @amdiabetesnyc_nj and encouraged over 1,000 participants to improve their mind, body and spirit - despite the COVID-19 pandemic. What an incredible journey it’s been!! #45daychurchchallenge #diabetesawareness #healthymindbodysoul #ConnectedForLife #covidcantstopus
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic the 2020 NOVA Tour de Cure will be going virtual on SUN OCT 18. Amidst it all our fundraising goal has also been negatively impacted. Help us to raise awareness and funds for the 34 million Americans living with diabetes. Together we can make a difference. Please share this post or visit the link below (also in my bio). Stay well and thank you! 😊🚴❤️ main.diabetes.org/goto/reneramos . #ActiveForLife #ConnectedForLife #ThriveForLife #VirtualTourdeCure2020 #WeAreATCS #ATCSWellness
For more information, please call 1-800-DIABETES (800-342-2383)
Our friends at Sansum Diabetes Research Institute (SDRI) have created a website and helpline for the Hispanic/Latino population. For bilingual resources, visit Latinodiabetes.sansum.org or call (805) 350-8730.
If you are struggling to pay for insulin or know someone who is, the American Diabetes Association® (ADA) has resources to help—visit InsulinHelp.org
Connect with our diabetes experts in our live Q&A sessions to get your questions answered during these uncertain times at diabetes.org/experts.