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Mitch and Carly Lenett have made diabetes advocacy a family affair. Read about their diabetes fundraising adventures and how they find the silver linings of diabetes.

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Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 12, Rachel Tobin turned her jewelry design interest into an opportunity to raise funds for diabetes research.

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Rock climber Steve Richert shares his experience climbing to the top of Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, alongside 11 other climbers from around the world, all of whom live with type 1 diabetes.

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When her 7-year-old son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes two weeks before Halloween, Jennifer Anderson came up with a creative way to celebrate the typically candy-centric holiday.

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Dr. Josie Levine, Ph.D., shares the story of her type 2 diabetes diagnosis and offers tips for how to handle the upcoming holidays with mindful intent.

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When Sarah Boison was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes at age 24, she struggled to find resources that applied to her on-the-go lifestyle. Read about the changes she made to try to take control of her health, and why she thinks it’s important for 20-somethings to talk about diabetes.

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Martha Zimmer, author of the Smallborn children’s book series, talks about her type 2 diabetes diagnosis, what TV show and website inspires her to try to take control of her health, and how she encourages young people to find their personal gifts.

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Pro golfer Michelle McGann talks about her type 1 diabetes diagnosis, her golfing career, her passion for fashion and how she helps others who live with diabetes in her community through the Michelle McGann Fund.

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In honor of Social Media Week, we talk to Bill Woods, Kate Cornell, Mila Ferrer, Ryan Attar, Tim Brand and Victoria Cumbow about the impact of social media within the diabetes community.

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We continue our conversation with Amy D’Aprix, MSW, PhD, CSA, who shares her thoughts on how to reduce and manage the stress of supporting a loved one, such as someone who lives with diabetes.

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