Though there is nothing comical about it, diabetics know what a circus managing their lifestyle can be. Diabetics teeter on a thin tightrope as they tailor their diets to keep blood sugar levels steady. They juggle all the "junk" diabetics need to deal with their disease: the glucose monitors and batteries, the test strips and lancets, the alcohol wipes and needles, the hypoglycemic drugs and the insulin. Appreciate their role, too, as trapeze artists as they swing from specialist to ...

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