Kendall Simmons, a former offensive lineman for the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive may have two Super Bowl trophies on his shelf at home from his hard earned efforts on the field, but he says one of his biggest challenges took place off the field --diabetes.
It is so empowering for our young patients to see a superstar like Nick Jonas who has shared experiences with them as someone with type 1 diabetes.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May was diagnosed with just 4 years ago with Type 1 while she was the United Kingdom's home secretary.
Baseball star Bryce Harper is featured as part of a new inspirational campaign from Under Armour. Driven by the tagline "It Comes From Below,"
Crystal Bowersox understands how crucial it is to properly manage diabetes and find a healthy balance on and off the stage.
NBA Hall of Famer Dominique Wilkins was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes and has been battling the disease for the past 17 years. Wilkins, though unaware of it at the time, is sure that he had diabetes during the time he was playing.
Dr. Dre was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes 10 years ago and has since lost a toe, had numerous ankle injuries and sadly, three years ago, he lost his eyesight.
Nick Jonas' album, “Last Year Was Complicated,” which was just released it has already climbed to the top of the US iTunes best-seller list. As of today it's still hanging strong in the Top 10 at #7.
Olivia Munn is already an incredibly beautiful woman who doesn't need to change a thing! However, when she was cast as Psylocke, the telekinetic mutant in the new film X-Men Apocalypse, Olivia Munn had to drop 12 pounds for the role.
Tom Hanks: I was a total idiot. I'm part of the lazy American generation that has blindly kept dancing through the party and now finds ourselves with a malady. I was heavy. You've seen me in movies, you know what I looked like.
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