Diabetes is a horrible disease to deal with, and it’s also one of the fastest growing diseases in the world. There’s a lot that’s been said about it, which is a good thing. It’s also a bad thing because people who aren’t diabetic read one article and think they know everything there is to know about it and diabetics in general.

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Life doesn’t work that way; ask anyone who’s diabetic and I’m sure they’ll have a lot to say to you about it. Some of them might not even know all the things they should be checking into. It’s in that vein that I’m going to talk about 5 things most people, including diabetics, might not know about diabetes.
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