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Cartoons

Laughter can be a powerful tool for teaching, stress relief, and even better diabetes control. dLife offers these free, downloadable cartoons for a patient pick-me-up or a unique accompaniment to your lesson plan. Click on the cartoons for a larger view.
 

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About The Artist
Award-winning certified diabetes educator, cartoonist, and former AADE Educator of the Year Theresa Garnero is the author and illustrator of DIABETease, a collection of cartoons to promote diabetes self-management.

Learn more about Theresa and find out how to order her book here.

 

Last Modified Date: January 30, 2013

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