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Nothing says "back to school" like fresh new school supplies and the promise of crisp fall weather. For some people, they're sending their child back to school. For others, it's a first time living away from home. And for people with diabetes, it's the challenge of making those scholastic transitions while maintaining your diabetes management. Do you have "School Smarts?"

** This quiz is not a substitute for consultation with a qualified healthcare professional. Please read our disclaimer.

Reviewed by Jill Weissberg-Benchell, Ph.D., CDE 08/14

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