World Diabetes Day – November 14, 2019

World Diabetes Day – November 14, 2021

Raise awareness and fight for a cure with Diabetes educational tools and reminders for charity events and walkathons. Add you organization's name and a message to most of our products.
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Diabetes Awareness Silicone Bracelet
Diabetes Awareness Silicone Bracelet
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Hanes  Authentic Tagless T-shirt
Hanes Authentic Tagless T-shirt
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Custom Awareness Ribbon Magnets
Custom Awareness Ribbon Magnets
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Customized Economy Lip Balm with SPF 15
Customized Economy Lip Balm with SPF 15
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Forget Me Not Seed Packs
Forget Me Not Seed Packs
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Custom Nail File in Sleeve
Custom Nail File in Sleeve
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Promotional Bottle Bags
Promotional Bottle Bags
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Koozie Collapsible Custom Can Koolers
Koozie Collapsible Custom Can Koolers
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Good Nutrition, Good Health Stickers
Good Nutrition, Good Health Stickers
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Eat Smart, Eat Right, Eat Healthy Stickers
Eat Smart, Eat Right, Eat Healthy Stickers
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Eat Right, Eat Healthy Coloring Book
Eat Right, Eat Healthy Coloring Book
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Table Cover - 6'
Table Cover - 6'
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Trade Show Table Throw
Trade Show Table Throw
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Diabetes Awareness & Education

Diabetes is a disease that affects people of all ages. From juvenile diabetes and Type 1 diabetes to Type 2 diabetes, those affected look forward to treatment developments and progress towards a cure. Dealing with diabetes is a difficult, daily routine for those who have it and raising awareness and funds supports the hope for a cure. During Diabetes Awareness Month in November and on World Diabetes Day communities can organizations can reach out to support the push for treatment developments and an eventual cure.

Juvenile and Type 1 diabetics experience total failure of their pancreas, necessitating daily injections of insulin to survive. This treatment must be monitored and crefully adjusted based upon diet, activity levels and age. Giving these patients the tools and knowledge of how to best manage their disease is one part of World Diabetes Day and Diabetes Awareness Month. From medical diaries and journals to keep track of blood sugar levels to insulated bags for carrying insulin on the go, custom printed items can be given out during awareness events or at health care facilities. Printed with contact information or a health office branding these giveaways can be distributed at events or at information tables.

Type 2 diabetes is caused by eating habits and lifestyle. Obesity and a diet high in sugar can contribute to the onset for this preventable form of diabetes. Educating high risk populations on the steps that they can take to prevent type 2 diabetes starts with nutrition. Informational handouts can be given out at health fairs and community events. These materials, paired with reminders and discussions with healthcare professionals can help influence better decision making for diet and exercise.