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Millions of Americans have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, but with the disease on the rise, even among children, it's very possible that millions more are afraid to find out.

To raise awareness, American Diabetes Association Alert Day is observed on the fourth Tuesday in March, every year. It is a one-day "wake-up call" from the American Diabetes Association, asking Americans to take the Diabetes Risk Test to determine if they are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

But why are we limiting increased awareness to just one day? Knowledge is power, all year round.

Sign the pledge to assess your risk for diabetes and take steps to prevent the onset of the disease.

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Pledge to spread the word, take precaution, and learn about the importance of detecting if you are at risk of prediabetes or type 2 diabetes. Help raise awareness to family and loved one who may be at risk too, then sign the pledge to check yourself before type 2 takes over!

I pledge to...

  1. Take The Diabetes Risk Test, and share it with family and loved ones who might be at risk.
  2. Visit my doctor and learn about the risks of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes.
  3. Eat a healthy, diabetes-friendly diet, and to exercise at least 30 minutes a day.
  4. Raise awareness about the risks of type 2 diabetes, and how to prevent or manage a type 2 diagnosis.

Let's stop the promotion of unhealthy eating habits leading to a diabetes diagnosis in our kids!

Petition Signatures

Oct 5, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Oct 4, 2015 Anne Johnson
Oct 3, 2015 Phyllis Dupret
Oct 2, 2015 Rose M
Sep 23, 2015 Donita Lowrey
Sep 23, 2015 Sarah Dyson
Sep 20, 2015 Susan Martin
Sep 17, 2015 jerri stoddard
Sep 12, 2015 Diane Kehoe I followed this advice 4 years ago and attended a free Diabetic Education Program for people with high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. I learned correct portion control and lost half my body weight. I now have normal blood glucose levels.
Sep 12, 2015 David Schaechtel
Sep 12, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Sep 12, 2015 Patricia Welch Get tested, and if you do have T2, educate yourself. Lots of info out there.
Sep 12, 2015 (Name not displayed) just diagnosed about a month ago now walking daily and watch what i eat
Sep 12, 2015 yvonne hagelstein
Sep 12, 2015 Pat Chandler People should do all possible to protect themselves.i
Sep 12, 2015 Ellen Segal
Sep 12, 2015 Becki Johnson
Sep 12, 2015 nancy lowe
Sep 12, 2015 Bev Metzler
Sep 12, 2015 JINI FISHER
Sep 12, 2015 S Strand
Sep 12, 2015 Stephanie Vorse
Sep 12, 2015 Maria dels Àngels Beltran
Sep 12, 2015 (Name not displayed) My dad having been diabetic, I know the miseries of it & at 78 have had no blood levels that suggest that I am at risk, but I do watch myself to avoid it. It's a devastating disease.
Sep 12, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Sep 4, 2015 Rebecca Davis
Sep 4, 2015 Mel Culligan
Sep 3, 2015 Melissa Thibodeaux
Aug 20, 2015 Linda McEachronTaylor
Aug 20, 2015 Pamela Grand
Aug 20, 2015 John Davis
Aug 19, 2015 Renee Feliz
Aug 17, 2015 Michelle Post
Aug 17, 2015 Beth Hutson
Aug 16, 2015 Toni Soderholm
Aug 14, 2015 christine mamula
Aug 13, 2015 Liana Rois
Aug 10, 2015 Aurelia Serbia Stop selling GMO foods, and cans that are lined with BPA, stop poisoning drinking water with Floride.
Aug 10, 2015 MICHELE haubtmann
Aug 10, 2015 laurence haubtmann
Aug 10, 2015 Angela Watson
Aug 2, 2015 Boris Blagojevic
Aug 2, 2015 Boris Blagojevic
Jul 31, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jul 30, 2015 Laurie Fisher
Jul 29, 2015 Abdullah ibn Musa Islam
Jul 22, 2015 DOUG SNYDER
Jul 19, 2015 Donna Wentz I am an avid supporter and try to educate others about the danger of Diabetes.
Jul 19, 2015 Karin Borjesson
Jul 16, 2015 H Steinberg Take up the war on diabetes! You can avoid this permanent disease!

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