Week 3 finished last night and, once again, we received 6 great entries focused on touch! The entries dealt with the sense of touch, how diabetes touches your life and the foods you can and cannot touch when you have diabetes.

Here are the winners for Week 3 of Making Sense of Diabetes.

First place:
Tu diabetes Touch by Fabiana Couto


She will be receiving an EatSmart Precision Pro Kitchen Scale as a prize.

Second place:
MAKING SENSE OF DIABETES - TOUCH - FEELING by DENNIS C ADAIR


He will be receiving a Skidaddle Meter Bag as a prize.

Third place:
Interpreting Diabetic Touch by Andrew Jones


He will be receiving a copy of 50 Diabetes Myths That Can Ruin Your Life and the 50 Diabetes Truth... by Riva Greenberg as a prize.

You can watch all Touch videos on this page.

Between today and Sunday at midnight, we will be focusing on the sense of SMELL. You can check out other submissions about touch so far, so you may get an idea that will inspire you to help us making sense of diabetes.

Make sure to read this post, if you need help creating your video.

For more details and dates information about the project, visit MakingSenseofDiabetes.org.

Tags: MSofD, awareness, diabetes, touch, video, week3

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Congratulations to everybody! :) Great job!
Thanks Andreina!!! I´m so excited!!! Congratulations to everyone who participated...
Here in Tu Diabetes I feel home!!!!
What great videos this week! Congrats!
Woo!Hoo! Great job everyone!

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