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Being Active – Iowa Diabetes

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Exercise and the power of endorphins

Exercise can increase your life expectancy if you do it regularly. Watch this video to learn the importance of exercise with diabetes and some fun exercises you can do from home!

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Yoga for YOU!

Yoga is a great way to decrease blood sugar levels. Watch this video to learn more about some simple, easy-to-follow yoga positions for YOU!

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Fatty Liver: One More Silent Killer

One of two patients with diabetes also has fatty liver disease. Watch this video to learn what fatty liver disease is and why you should care about preventing it.

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The Hidden Weapon in your Fight Against Diabetes

Battling diabetes comes with a variety of complications. Watch this video to learn an easy life-hack that can increase your life expectancy and helps you live a healthier lifestyle!

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How to Get Active and Stay Active

Do you often find yourself provoked by thoughts of staying in bed, or maybe the weather is keeping you from getting active? Watch this video for tips and tricks for fighting these negative factors and getting active!

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