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for brandyn ❤even if a cure is not found hopefully all of the new advances will help him and other type 1 diabetics live a life free from the most damaging and sometimes unavoidable side effects

CHANSRA is a 59 years old male from India, he has Type2 diabetes more than 15 years and 2 years ago, his was diagnosed as stage 5 diabetic nephropathy patient. He thought that there is no good ways to control his disease for a time, that is Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital bring him the hope to living with this disease in a positive attitude.

If you haven't already check out @beyondtype1! These guys are building a community to help empower type 1s . #Repost #Throwback Meet @ashikaparsad "Diabetes has lead me to the most amazing people and the most beautiful places. Like many I have my ups and downs good days and bad days. I make a point of learning from them and making the most of all situations. I seek adventure and hope to inspire others to do the same through my stories. My name is Ashika and this is how I live beyond." #T1D…

@CMattocks1 Ground-breaking Reality Show Helps Individuals ‘Reverse’ Attitude About Living with Diabetes With over 380 million worldwide plagued with diabetes, 35 million in America alone, Mattocks releases that the disease is a pandemic that is affecting the lives of individuals of all ages. He hopes to use his public platform that has been spotlighted around the world on CNN, Dr Oz, The Today Show and other platforms to fulfill his global mission to save not only his life, but also…

DAY EIGHT OF GRATITUDE: Today is such an exciting day for me in which I review my 50-Day Devotional before it's released to the world. I am grateful that God gave me the idea to write about faith, overcoming hardships, and hope over two years ago and that He spurred me on to not only write my memoir, but a devotional book to encourage others. https://www.createspace.com/4265110?ref=1147694&utm_id=6026

A positive mental attitude enhances the immune system, improves heart efficiency, stimulates the nervous system, regenerates organs, enhances digestion, aids the colon, (IBS) improves diabetes, extends lifespan, makes you calmer, happier, more in control and lifts depression and anxiety…[Article]

In a first of its kind study, researchers followed meth-exposed children to age 7.5 and found more supportive home environments could make a difference in their behavior and emotional control.

Meet @samanthawillner "I almost went blind due to diabetic complications when I was 22-years-old after living with T1D for over two decades. It was one of the scariest times in my life. However it prompted me to start taking better care of my health and also to reach out to the diabetic community for help. I was overwhelmed by the amount of support information and resources I received from complete strangers also affected by this disease. Thanks to wonderful doctors advancements in treatment…

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