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My Type 2
Monique: Diary 7
Diabetes has taught Monique to be more independent and has shaped her career goals.
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Kevina: Diary 7
Kevina's thoughts on the perfect diabetes drug, and what diabetes has taught her.
Joe: Diary 7
Sometimes living with diabetes makes Joe stronger. Other times, it's a burden.
Doreese: Diary 8
Sharing stories about her pre-diabetes has made Doreese's life easier.
Misty Sings MyType2
A poet and musician, Misty is inspired to write a song called "MyType2."
Get Moving Tip #4: Set Your Goal
Make your body your business. Set personal, realistic goals.
Minnie: Diary 6
Minnie's learned to change her eating habits--and what her taste buds crave...
Tim: Diary 7
Tim offers his tips on living with type 2.
Tim: Diary 6
Tim interviews his mom about having a son with type 2 -- and living with type 1 herself.
Minnie Works It Out
Minnie faces one of her biggest struggles: exercise.
Eat Smart Tip #4: You Are What You Eat
Nutrition coach Kim gives some solid advice on how to eat smart.
Kevina: Diary 6
Kevina talks about the "diabetes police" in her life, and how it hard that can be.
Doreese: Diary 7
Doreese isn't different, she just has to do some things differently.
Misty: Diary 6
Misty controls diabetes -- and doesn't let it control her -- by making smart decisions.
Minnie: Diary 5
Her family helps Minnie manage diabetes, but it can be hard to do.
Monique: Diary 6
Monique feels that having diabetes has made her more independent.
Joe: Diary 6
Joe talks about changes in his eating habits.
Kevina: Diary 5
Adults expect Kevina to be an expert on diabetes, and this is frustrating.
Tim Shopping Like a Pro
Tim shows shopping smarts at the grocery store.
Take Charge Tip #4: Know Your Numbers
Coach Kirsten connects the dots between blood sugar, medical care, and your behaviors.
Eat Smart Tip #3: Size Matters
Nutrition coach Kim gives advice on keeping portion sizes in check.
Get Moving Tip #3: Go For the Feel Good
No more excuses! Coach Brandi says start exercising and go for the feelgood.
Doreese: Diary 5
Living with pre-diabetes is stressful, and Doreese's family doesn't always get that.
Take Charge Tip #3: Ask for Help
Diabetes Coach Kirsten suggests ways that friends and family can help
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