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Diabetes 2.0
Diabetes 2.0
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Diabetes 2.0

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iNFable
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Cause and Awareness brand iNFable, LLC. introduces their Diabetes 2.0 socks.
A portion of all proceeds are donated to not-for-profit organizations [see a list of previous donations at https://www.infablesocks.com/pages/corporate-nonprofit-gifting]. 


Material: 80% cotton, 9% Spandez, 11% polyester

Unisex, but size comparable to a men's US shoe 8-12.

Color: Gray/Blue



"We love people. And we love socks. So we set out on a mission to make people’s lives—and the whole dang world—better through eye-catching, high-quality socks."

Follow us on Instagram at @infablesocks & @infable.socks and Facebook at @socks4cause
Email: info@infablesocks.com

 

Key Diabetes Facts from the CDC:

  • 34.2 million Americans—just over 1 in 10—have diabetes.
  • 88 million American adults—approximately 1 in 3—have prediabetes.
  • New diabetes cases were higher among non-Hispanic blacks and people of Hispanic origin than non-Hispanic Asians and non-Hispanic whites.
  • For adults diagnosed with diabetes:
    • New cases significantly decreased from 2008 through 2018.
    • The percentage of existing cases was highest among American Indians/Alaska Natives.
    • 15% were smokers, 89% were overweight, and 38% were physically inactive.
    • 37% had chronic kidney disease (stages 1 through 4); and fewer than 25% with moderate to severe chronic kidney disease (stage 3 or 4) were aware of their condition.
  • New diagnosed cases of type 1 and type 2 diabetes have significantly increased among US youth.
  • For ages 10 to 19 years, incidence of type 2 diabetes remained stable among non-Hispanic whites and increased for all others, especially non-Hispanic blacks.
  • The percentage of adults with prediabetes who were aware they had the condition doubled between 2005 and 2016, but most continue to be unaware.