Viewpoint to produce an upcoming segment discussing Diabetes, hosted by Dennis Quaid

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The educational series will discuss ways that the diabetes epidemic is being addressed...

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Diabetes can affect the quality of life, affecting people physically, mentally, and emotionally.

The documentary series Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid explores diabetes research and treatment in an upcoming episode. The program will explore disease management with the forerunning leaders in diabetes care. Veteran actor Dennis Quaid will host, opening and closing the segment. Content providers from related organizations are supplying their testimony to create the episode.

November was the official National Diabetes Month, with many organizations highlighting the prevalence of the condition. The Viewpoint episode being produced is designed to show the world what it’s like living with the diabetes and provide solutions to manage the health condition.

Millions of people in America have diabetes – about 1 in 10, and about 1 in 5 individuals don’t even know they have the disease. Chances are that most people at least know someone with diabetes, such as a family member or friend. Diabetes is a chronic, enduring health condition that can cause serious health problems over time if not appropriately managed. It is the seventh major cause of death in the U.S.

Diabetes can affect the quality of life, affecting people physically, mentally, and emotionally. In some cases, the illness is genetic, but there are several things individuals can do to help prevent it, such as losing weight if applicable, engaging in regular physical activity, and eating a healthy plant-rich diet.

Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid is an educational program created for sole distribution to television stations. The award-winning program is developed by a crew of editors, producers, and writers. Each Viewpoint episode is crafted carefully to ensure the educational angle and uniqueness of the story remain intact.

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