Almost 24 million Americans have diabetes and nearly 300,000 people diagnosed with endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases as their primary diagnoses receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits¹, according to Allsup, the nation’s leading Social Security disability representation company. Those numbers are expected to rise.
A recent study² found that hospitalizations for diabetes in the United States rose 65 percent over a 14-year span (1993 to 2006).
via November is National Diabetes Awareness Month.
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