That’s because 114 million represents the number of Americans living with diabetes or prediabetes.
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TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones sat down with him and with Y spokesperson Jane Lynch.
(By TODAY with our sponsor the Y) Today Show November is National Diabetes Awareness Month.
Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting agencies in the U.
S., announced a data breach that affects 143 million consumers.
Identity (ID) theft is a crime where a thief steals your personal information, such as your full name or social security number, to commit fraud.
The identity thief can use your information to fraudulently apply for credit, file taxes, or get medical services.Before you assume this is another made-up holiday created just to post an image on social media, think again.There are some major reasons why National Diabetes Awareness Month is important – 114 million reasons, to be exact. You can also report identity theft to the FTC by phone at 1-877-438-4338.The FTC will collect the details of your situation, but won't provide you with an ID theft report or recovery plan.Keep in mind, the IRS will never start contact with you by sending an email, text, or social media message that asks for personal or financial information.