Did you know that almost one in 10 people has diabetes? That means 30.3 million Americans have the disease, and it is estimated that 8.1 million are living undiagnosed with diabetes. During Diabetes Awareness Month, Johns Hopkins encourages you to learn the symptoms, understand your risk for pre-diabetes and diabetes, and discover strategies to manage your blood sugar by viewing the Diabetes Awareness and Prevention webinar at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
The presenter, Tricia Cates, delivers group education on a variety of health and wellness topics within a worksite setting. She has more than 10 years' professional experience managing her personal training business and working as a clinical exercise physiologist. She is also an instructor for the personal training certificate and degree programs at Pinnacle Career Institute. Cates earned her bachelor of arts degree from Drury University in exercise and sport science with an emphasis in exercise physiology.
Webinar login instructions
Java software is required to run the webinar for both PC and Mac users. Check to make sure your system can accommodate LiveMeeting by clicking on this link.
Ten minutes before the webinar start time, select this link or copy and paste this URL into your browser: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/healthfitness/join?id=P77DPQ&role=attend&pw=Wpcp2%5DR.
If you are unable to hear the presenter via computer and would like to listen by phone, call the toll-free number 866-546-3377 and, when prompted, enter the participant code 872994.