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Learning About Diabetes: A Game For Healthy Living is an excellent board game about diabetes for older kids and adults. Covering both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, Learning About Diabetes was designed to be an interactive educational tool to help people learn about diabetes.

Learning About Diabetes is a professionally made game. The quality shows in the board and the question and answer cards, which are on par with any board game you'll find in a store. And as you can see from the photograph to the right, it's quite substantial.

Players advance tokens based on the roll of a die, and answer diabetes-related questions from the game cards. Questions cover five topics:

  1. Blood Sugar
  2. Exercise
  3. Healthy Eating
  4. Learning About Diabetes
  5. Preventing Other Problems

Families will have fun and learn about diabetes by playing the game together. Every diabetes clinic should have Learning About Diabetes to share with its patients. The game would be great at diabetes camps too, giving campers something to do during the inevitable rain shower.

The game is priced at $49.95. For ordering information, contact:

Tracey Associates, L.L.C.
1200 Route 22 East, Suite 2000
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
908-707-3996 Phone
908-707-8178 Fax
TraceyAssociates@aol.com Email

  Playing the game
The game is fun to play and educational.

Game Card
The game cards test players' knowledge about diabetes.

Posted 8 July 2000



                 
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