When Henry Jensen was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, it opened up a whole new world of friendship.
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By teaching them to play the didgeridoo, Alex Suarez helps fellow sleep apnea sufferers breathe easier.
Doctors couldn't explain Coshandra Dillard's sudden seizure, but a lifetime of health literacy helped her heal herself.
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Chicago Cubs third baseman Ron Santo knew he was a great ballplayer, but when it came to his diabetes, he didn't think he was extraordinary.
With a hip-shake and some hustle, cabaret performer Amanda Lynne powers through Type 1 diabetes to keep dance center stage.
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