Here’s more proof that people with diabetes do the most amazing things all over the world: profiles of a NASCAR driver from Brazil, an American mom and daughter who trekked to more than 17,000 feet in Nepal, and a Canadian who ran 155 miles across the Sahara desert in Africa.
Life in the Fast Lane
NASCAR driver Miguel Paludo on diabetes, racing, and realizing his dreams
By Tracey Neithercott
The mom-daughter team of Terry and Christine Nolan tackles Mount Everest.
By Lindsey Wahowiak
To the Extreme
From the highest mountain to the widest desert, athlete Sebastien Sasseville takes on nearly unimaginable physical feats
By Tracey neithercott