The JDRF Kids Walk program is an educational, in-school fundraising program with two goals: 1) to educate students about type 1 and type 2 diabetes and the importance of a healthy lifestyle, and 2) to provide them with an opportunity to make a difference by raising money for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research.
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Socks for Improved Circulation

Individuals dealing with diabetic complications know all about side effects of diabetes. The doctor will almost always do a thorough foot and hand examination on diabetics at each appointment. Diabetic patients are told that It is very important to wear “good” shoes and socks that fit your feet in the most comfortable and natural way. Diabetes is manageable, but has many negative side effects. For diabetics, the dysfunction of the pancreas causes issues in all of the body’s major functioning systems. Diabetics often suffer from poor blood circulation and blood clots, which can eventually lead to diabetic neuropathy, or loss of feeling and pain in the extremities (hands, feet). Two major symptoms of poor blood circulation are tingling in the extremities (hands, feet), and cold hands and feet. These can be very unpleasant diabetic side effects. Neuropathy normally affects the hands and feet. In this type of report, we will deliver our insights about our comfortable, stylish and low cost socks that will help with blood circulation improvement. These socks can help improve your circulation.