World Diabetes Day

Diabetes is the 8th leading cause of death worldwide, and 371 million people are currently living with the disease, while another 280 million are at high risk of developing it. If this progression isn’t reversed, estimates project that half a billion people will have diabetes by 2030. For World Diabetes Day, take a moment to see how you can prevent or delay the disease and, in the process, help mitigate this global health threat.

http://www.idf.org/worlddiabetesday/2013?nl=1

I am a struggling Diabetic with Chronic Kidney Disease, and a host of other problems. Please take the time to care for your own self and support others with Diabetes.

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