Living with Diabetes is something you can't escape, you have to think about what you eat and exercise.
There's a group working to connect people with diabetes to fun activities. It's called Insulindependence. The organization is based in San Diego, Calif., and works with local chapters across the country to host free recreational events every month.
Ben Clements is a member of the Burlington chapter. He appeared on The :30 to talk about the group. Watch the video for more.
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