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Type 1 Diabetics Living Longer
Lifespans Significantly Increased in Type 1 Diabetics!  A new study found that people diagnosed as Type 1 diabetics between 1965 and 1980 lived around 15 years longer than people diagnosed between 1950 and 1964. 
The improvement in life expectancy is a tribute to how modern day treatment has dramatically changed the outlook for those with Type 1 diabetes. 
To read the encouraging details of this news article, click here.
Which modern day treatments are these that have led to such dramatic improvement in the longevity for diabetics?  Pedagogy’s newest course, “Diabetes: An Introduction,” written by Maureen Sullivan-Tevault, is a comprehensive look at diabetes, from diagnosis and complications, to the most up-to-date management of this once-devastating disease.  Diabetics are now living long, healthy lives, thanks to the modern healthcare practices taught in this valuable course. 
Pedagogy Inc. offers a complete selection of online continuing education courses.  To view our complete Course Catalog click on the link, then click on the Category and Course Title for complete details.
To view the curriculum and complete details for Diabetes: An Introduction click on the title. 
With Pedagogy online education you may take courses from any tablet device or computer that has an internet connection. You may start and stop the course as your schedule allows- the system remembers where you left off. Once you pass the exam with an 80% or better you can instantly print your certificate of completion.

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