Despite decades of advances in diabetes care, African-Americans and Latinos are still far less likely than whites to have their blood sugar under control, even with the help of medications, a new national study finds. That puts them at a much higher risk of blindness, heart attack, kidney failure and other long-term diabetes complications. But the study also suggests opportunities to decrease ...
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Why this Blog?
Shortly after my 12 year old nephew was diagnosed with Diabetes 1, I started this blog for he and his mother. There is so much to learn and so much to know and so many unanswered questions. My hope is that it provides a place for knowledge and healing. To your health nephew!