It’s not just about learning about diabetes.
It’s about learning to live with the disease.
And with the right support, it’s possible to build a healthier life in the long run.
In the past, there have been few ways to help students with diabetes overcome obstacles.
Some have been given limited access to the information they need.
Some teachers and coaches have been unwilling to share their stories with the community.
The first thing to consider when it comes to diabetes education is the need to understand the disease and the effects it has on people’s lives.
For the first few years of a student’s life, learning about the disease can be a very isolating experience.
It can be very hard to keep your composure.
You can get a bit lost in the process.
“You can’t just tell someone, ‘Hey, you’re going to be OK.
You’re going get through it.
It doesn’t matter what happens, it will be OK,'” says Dr. David Lohman, an associate professor at the University of Cincinnati’s Department of Medicine.
One way to help people with diabetes cope with the challenges is to be honest with them.
“The easiest way to do this is to take a look at the facts.
You have to understand that the person has diabetes.
There are some risks associated with this disease.
There is some good news.
But you need to talk to them about what is really happening,” he says.
“You have to ask the questions that will help them understand what is happening.
You should be the one to ask questions.
You need to be willing to let them know, ‘I know, I’ve got to go to my doctor.
This is really affecting me.'””
I need to know what my options are,” adds a high school student.
“I need my parents to know, and I need to make sure that I’m okay, and that I don’t have any other options, too.
I’m really scared.
I really need help.
If you want to learn more about diabetes, you can visit the National Diabetes Education Program at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
You also can contact the American Diabetes Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases and the American Medical Association to find more information about diabetes education.