About Us

To all the diabetics in the world, and specifically those with Type 2, this site welcomes you. There are so many stories each one of us can share – how and when we were diagnosed, the treatments you did, how you are controlling the disease, the various reactions to medications and supplements.  All of these can be shared in this site, a site where all can collaborate and learn from each other's experiences.  The wonderful power of the internet gives us all instant access to the experiences of millions.  The internet is filled with information about the disease.  Sifting through all the information is often confusing and overwhelming.   

I am of the millions of people diagnosed with this disease.  With early diagnosis, I was able to control and manage my diabetes and slowed its progression. There are numerous data available, including the internet. Many are very technical and too general.  I wanted to create a site where I could share and interact with others afflicted by the disease...Read More

The progression of Diabetes Type 2 is very slow.  Because the disease develops slowly, one could have the disease for years before it is diagnosed.  It is very important to visit a doctor and have yourself checked if you observe the following common symptoms:

  • Increased Hunger
  • Weight Loss,
  • Fatigue
  • Increased Thirst
  • Frequent Urination,
  • Blurred Vision
  • Slow-healing of Sores,
  • Frequent Infections
  • Skin Discoloration.

Key Diabetes Statisitcs

Total Number of Diabetics in the USA

Total Number of Diabetic Seniors in the USA

Number of Undiagnosed Diabetics in the USA

Pre-Diabetics (aged 20 or older) Diagnosed in the USA

New Diabetics Diagnosed Yearly in the USA

Deaths Due to Diabetes Daily in USA

Our Mission is to increase awareness of the “Silent Killer”, Diabetes Type 2. If diagnosed early, the progression of the disease can be checked, and its negative impact minimized. In the end, you lead a normal life.

Diagnosed with Diabetes Daily in the USA

Diagnosed with Diabetes Daily in the USA

Diagnosed with Diabetes Daily in the World

Diagnosed with Diabetes Daily in the World

Deaths Due to Diabetes Daily in USA

Deaths Due to Diabetes Daily in USA