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Jan 2 2017
Wristbands With Diabetes Awareness Message
Gray Wristbands for Diabetes Awareness Month
Wristbands with a message will help you raise awareness. Around 18.8 million people in the US have been diagnosed with diabetes, and experts estimate that another 7 million people have the disease and have not been diagnosed. An additional 79 million Americans have pre-diabetes and are at risk for developing Type 2 Diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes is often caused by low insulin production or difficulty processing insulin, which causes a dangerous rise in blood sugar. November is a National Diabetes Awareness Month. Many groups organize events for this important cause. Diabetes Awareness wristbands are a popular part of awareness activities.
Promote Awareness with Custom Bracelets
The recognized awareness color for diabetes is gray, and red is sometimes also used. When you create custom diabetes awareness bracelets, you can use any color you like, and can even create color combinations where gray is swirled or segmented with another color. You can also put any diabetes awareness message.
Raising awareness of risk factors for Type 2 diabetes can help prevent the disease. According the the American Diabetes Association, risk factors for diabetes include:
Create Your Own Diabetes Awareness Wristbands
At AmazingWristbands.com, you can use our online tool to create your own bands. Select your colors, style, fonts, artwork and message. We sells only 100% silicone wristbands. There are no minimum order requirements for popular styles, and we also offer free shipping, free artwork, free design, and free color matching. Most of our products can ship within 5 - 10 days
In addition to standard size, we also offers super popular slap bands that “snap” to a person’s wrist, as well as thin half-inch bands, thicker one-inch bands, adjustable bands, USB bands, silicone rings and silicone key chains. All our silicone products are comfortable, durable, and non-allergenic.
Last modified on: January 2nd, 2017
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