With type 1 diabetes, the numbers add up
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How much space does T1D take in your life?
Join the Journey to End T1D
T1D looks like the 1.25 million Americans living with this disease and the 5 million who are expected to have it by 2050 if we don’t do something now.
The average American adolescent should get 8-10 hours of sleep per night.
People constantly checking their phones are less able to focus their attention.
Most people dread the once a year flu shot.
"Carb counting” may be most commonly considered a way people diet.
The sight of blood often makes people feel queasy and lightheaded.
Listen to the stories of those living and thriving with T1D
JDRF in partnership with the podcast Beta Cell brings you a special T1D Looks Like Me episodes.
If you have T1D or know someone who does, help us raise awareness throughout the year. Create your photo and join us in showing the world what T1D looks like.