Friday, October 31, 2014

Traveling

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Traveling with diabetes can take a little extra planning, but it is relatively easy if you take the right precautions. Make sure to read up on airport security procedures for traveling with insulin, have healthy snacks on hand, and try to maintain the same diligence with diabetes managementas  when you are not on vacation.

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