Congratulations to Steve Burgo, an engineer and T1 x 21 years from Berwyn, PA, USA for coming closest to answering last month’s trivia question: According to the Centers for Disease Control, what was the average annual medical expenditure for people with diabetes in the United States? Many people ventured guesses, ranging from $1,700 to $26,000.
The answer: $16,750.
NEW QUESTION for JUNE:
For father’s day, my family treated me to dinner at the Outback Steakhouse. Believe it or not, the menu includes the calorie content of just about every item, including their world famous BLOOMIN’ ONION – a large onion that has been sliced into a floral shape, dipped in batter, deep-fried and served with creamy dipping sauce (picture Homer Simpson drooling). Without looking up the answer online, how many calories are contained in the Bloomin’ Onion appetizer?
The person who comes closest to the actual amount wins their choice of book from our online or in-office store.
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