Diabetes Day at Stony Brook is November 14


November is American Diabetes Month, and Stony Brook Medicine is hosting Diabetes Day — a free, hands-on, expert-driven event for faculty, staff and students — on Tuesday, November 14, from 10 am to 2 pm at Stony Brook University Hospital’s Cafeteria, Café Fresco.

More than 30 million Americans have diabetes, and many already have pre-diabetes. Take steps now to prevent and manage this widespread disease.

  • Hear from Stony Brook Medicine experts on what you can do now to prevent and manage this disease
  • Discover new technologies that can help with blood sugar control
  • Get expert advice and answers to your questions
  • Enjoy delicious diabetes-friendly dishes prepared by our own Chef John
All month long, look for this symbol throughout our cafeteria indicating diabetes-friendly foods. Make choices that can make a difference in your health now and in the future.

All month long, look for this symbol throughout the hospital cafeteria.

On November 14, the façade of Stony Brook University Hospital will be lit in blue, the color of diabetes awareness.

Questions? Call (631) 444-4000 or visit stonybrookmedicine.edu/diabetes.


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