From the comfort of your own home, to a business meeting, the solution for diabetic contact lens replacement may be in your pocket.
A new survey by the American Diabetes Association and DiabetesCare.org shows that nearly three-quarters of Americans have some type of diabetes.
That is a dramatic increase from just five years ago, when just two in five Americans had diabetes.
It is a trend that could be expected to continue as more people with diabetes are diagnosed.
The survey also found that more than half of Americans are unaware of the existence of diabetes and how to manage it.
That may not surprise anyone who has ever had to walk around with a diabetic in their sights.
Diabetes is a chronic disease that can affect any part of your body.
The most common symptoms include:Insulin resistance and hyperglycemia are among the most common complications associated with diabetes.
Diagnosis is often difficult because there are no reliable test strips for assessing diabetes and because most people with type 1 diabetes have the disease without knowing it.
The American Diabetes Foundation estimates that more Americans with diabetes have type 2 diabetes, which can lead to other complications.
It is important to understand how to effectively manage diabetes, so you don’t end up in a diabetic emergency.
The most important thing to remember about diabetes is that it can be managed.
Diabetes Care.org is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving diabetes care.
This is a free webinar on diabetes care, with a focus on how to help manage diabetes.
For the next 24 hours, Dr. Scott Kastor will show you how to safely replace diabetic contact lenses.
The webinar will be available online at 11 a.m.
If you would like to participate, go to the DiabetesCare website and complete the form.
You will also be emailed an email with the webinar link and a link to download a PDF file containing the webcast.
If you have a question, or need assistance with the form, you can call 1-800-345-6247.