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Join Latina Mom Bloggers Twitter Chat and Learn about Diabetes Resources for Latinos

According to the American Diabetes Association, there is a total of 25.8 million children and adults with diabetes in the United States.  That’s 8.3% of the population!!!  In New York there are 440,000 Latinos with Diabetes and growing.   The American Diabetes Association leads the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fights for those affected—by diabetes by funding research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes and delivering services and information to hundreds of communities.  They also give voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes.

Montefiore Medical Center’s mission is to heal, to teach, to discover and to advance the health of the communities we serve. Established in 1884 as a hospital for patients with chronic illnesses, our history is rich with pioneering medical firsts and research, as well as an exceptional dedication to the community. The majority of Montefiore’s patients are Hispanic since the majority of the people living in the community served is Hispanic.  The Bronx was New York City’s first borough to have a majority of people of color and is the only borough with a Latino majority.

It’s time to STOP DIABETES!   

Please join Latina Mom Bloggers, Hispanicize and Being Latino as we discuss Diabetes Resources, Tips and Data with the American Diabetes Association and Montefiore Medical Center’s.   Hope to see you at the ADA Diabetes Tweet Chat!  Let’s unite and STEP OUT and Walk to Fight Stop Diabetes.


Twitter Party Details:
What: Diabetes & Latinos – Diabetes Resources Tips & Data
When: Thursday, October 13, from 4 to 5 PM EST (1 to 2 PM PST)
Where: Twitter
Hashtag: #stopdiabetes


Who to Follow:
Panelists: @AmDiabetesAssn @MontefioreNews @latinomarketing
Moderators:  @LouisPagan @Jollymom @Eva_Smith @latinamomblogs @hispanicize @beinglatino


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