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What diabetes costs you, even if you don't have the disease

scpr.org — Diabetes is an expensive disease to treat, costing the United States $244 billion in 2012, according to an analysis of the disease's economic burden. When the loss of productivity due to illness and disability is added in, the bill comes to $322 billion, or $1,000 a year for each American, including those without diabetes.

What Diabetes Costs You, Even If You Don't Have The Disease

wvpublic.org — Diabetes is an expensive disease to treat, costing the United States $244 billion in 2012, according to an analysis of the disease's economic burden. When the loss of productivity due to illness and disability is added in, the bill comes to $322 billion, or $1,000 a year for each American, including those without diabetes.

What Diabetes Costs You, Even If You Don't Have The Disease

wabe.org — Diabetes is an expensive disease to treat, costing the United States $244 billion in 2012, according to an analysis of the disease's economic burden. When the loss of productivity due to illness and disability is added in, the bill comes to $322 billion, or $1,000 a year for each American, including those without diabetes.

What Diabetes Costs You, Even If You Don't Have The Disease

kuow.org — Diabetes is an expensive disease to treat, costing the United States $244 billion in 2012, according to an analysis of the disease's economic burden. When the loss of productivity due to illness and disability is added in, the bill comes to $322 billion, or $1,000 a year for each American, including those without diabetes.

What Diabetes Costs You, Even If You Don't Have The Disease

wnyc.org — Diabetes is an expensive disease to treat, costing the United States $244 billion in 2012, according to an analysis of the disease's economic burden. When the loss of productivity due to illness and disability is added in, the bill comes to $322 billion, or $1,000 a year for each American, including those without diabetes.

What Diabetes Costs You, Even If You Don't Have The Disease

npr.org — Diabetes is an expensive disease to treat, costing the United States $244 billion in 2012, according to an analysis of the disease's economic burden. When the loss of productivity due to illness and disability is added in, the bill comes to $322 billion, or $1,000 a year for each American, including those without diabetes.

What Diabetes Costs You, Even If You Don't Have The Disease

kcur.org — Diabetes is an expensive disease to treat, costing the United States $244 billion in 2012, according to an analysis of the disease's economic burden. When the loss of productivity due to illness and disability is added in, the bill comes to $322 billion, or $1,000 a year for each American, including those without diabetes.

You Can Monitor Your Baby's Vital Signs 24/7, But Should You?

wvpublic.org — I'm sure I'm not the only parent who hovered over my newborn's crib, wondering if she was breathing. Tech companies are now offering to help parents manage that anxiety with devices that monitor a baby's vital signs and beam them to a smartphone.

You Can Monitor Your Baby's Vital Signs 24/7, But Should You?

kcur.org — I'm sure I'm not the only parent who hovered over my newborn's crib, wondering if she was breathing. Tech companies are now offering to help parents manage that anxiety with devices that monitor a baby's vital signs and beam them to a smartphone.

You Can Monitor Your Baby's Vital Signs 24/7, But Should You?

wabe.org — I'm sure I'm not the only parent who hovered over my newborn's crib, wondering if she was breathing. Tech companies are now offering to help parents manage that anxiety with devices that monitor a baby's vital signs and beam them to a smartphone.
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Nov 21, 2014

@amykwerner So sorry to hear that! So glad you are on the case. Lots of great people out there in the T1 world who will help you.

Nov 21, 2014

RT @CBrainard: Dear food & beverage industry, yes, 12-year-olds are children—@patrickmustain on marketing sugary products to kids: http://t…

Nov 21, 2014

.@amykwerner @Liz_diabetes247 @SDravis Researcher says he didn't have resources to differentiate Type 1 and Type 2. I'll update post.

Nov 21, 2014

@amykwerner Good point, I'll contact the researchers to clarify. Thanks for the nudge!

Nov 14, 2014

Nothing like "A Cold Day in Hell." RT @steph_federico: Happy Friday. Lucinda Williams does a #tinydesk. instagram.com/p/vZQiZDLOzV/

Nov 14, 2014

How did it know I like #bacon? @NPR's John Ydstie and I test-drive a heart risk calculator for real people. ow.ly/EiwjZ

Nov 14, 2014

"If people are talking about your shirt, you should have worn something else." Essence of #ThatShirt by @ShipLives. ow.ly/EiveR

Nov 14, 2014

Homeownership as the road to indebtedness, not wealth. RT @darlin: A House Is Not a Credit Card nyti.ms/114EyOZ

Nov 12, 2014

Is your doctor clueless about #LGBT health? The med schools are trying to change that. ow.ly/Eb0mW @NPRHealth

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