Hello, fellow crime fighters, I wanted to let you know that being a diabetic is no big deal! You can be anything and do anything you desire in life.

I was always told by my family that I could achieve anything in the world if I had the desire and determination to do it.

My father started training me at a very young age in all forms of the martial arts. Through this training I learned that physical activity helped me to control my diabetes. This also helped me to become strong and agile.

I would like to tell you a secret, I have no super powers at all. The powers that I have, have been developed by using my intelligence to make fancy gadgets like anti-gravity boots. Oh yes, just between you and I, my real name is Joshua Kelly. (Lets keep that our secret, okay?)

There are things us diabetics need to do differently, but it also helps us to healthy and strong.

Always remember to get plenty of exercise, eat well balanced meals, monitor your blood sugar regularly, and take your insulin on the correct times.

Remember, we know that doing this we are really bringing the super powers out in all of us.

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