Diabetes Intervention – Studio C

Diabetes Intervention – Studio C. Matt’s friends confront him about his drug usage in an intervention. Subscribe to Studio C: http://www.youtube.com/user/byu…

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    • Studio C en 2 diciembre, 2014 a las 4:19 pm
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    Urgent medical needs are no match for this friendly intervention.
    Watch the new ‪#‎StudioC‬ sketch here!

    • Enoch Meyer en 2 diciembre, 2014 a las 7:10 pm
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    For those of you who don’t know, insulin is a vital protein created by your
    pancreas; insulin helps in breaking down carbohydrates(sugars) in your
    bloodstream. Having a pancreas that is incapable of creating insulin is *purely
    genetic*.
    Diabetics(people who’s bodies can’t create insulin) *need* insulin shots in
    order to *live*. Without it, they’ll die.

    • Matthew Langdon en 2 diciembre, 2014 a las 7:13 pm
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    Well, Studio C is pushing it with the disease jokes, but this one was still
    pretty funny.

    • pepsiguzzeler375 en 2 diciembre, 2014 a las 10:30 pm
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    Just to point out, the appendix isn’t a useless organ, in fact very useful,
    it is a place in which the intestines good bacteria can be stored, in the
    situation where someone gets an infection, the good bacteria can move to
    the appendix to be stored until the bad bacteria is flushed from the body’s
    system, in the instance however that the appendix receives bad bacteria as
    mentioned then it is at risk to infection, and can rupture, tho we can live
    without the appendix is is still in fact a very useful organ in the body, I
    like to use the example we can still live without an eye or an arm or a
    leg, doesn’t mean we don’t need it. 

    • Heather Howard en 3 diciembre, 2014 a las 12:14 am
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    lol I have diabetes and and this was halarios! Though I hope my friends
    never do something like this to me, that would be a problem. :P

    • William Gentry en 3 diciembre, 2014 a las 7:13 pm
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    I just want to say, I have type one diabetes. Was diagnosed when I was
    nine, on Valentine’s Day 2008. And hey this was hilarious. It’s not making
    fun of the disease. 

    • Black flames31 en 4 diciembre, 2014 a las 6:55 pm
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    T1D people out there(including me) I have to say this would suck if you got
    your insulin flushed!!!!! 

    • BioshadowX en 4 diciembre, 2014 a las 7:04 pm
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    From a Type 1 Diabetic, this was awesome! This is probably the first sketch
    I’ve ever seen about Diabetes that is totally respectful of it and even
    promotes awareness and knowledge about it! While I’ve never been in this
    particular situation, conversations like this do happen and you hit it spot
    on, really great guys!

    • absolutetuber en 7 diciembre, 2014 a las 1:18 am
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    one of the best. and i cant wait to hear all the “i’m so offended!!” crowd
    start crying about this

    • Gerald Farrell en 10 diciembre, 2014 a las 2:11 pm
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    As a diabetic for 9 years now, I love this sketch so much! Thank you!

    • capt0skittles en 1 enero, 2015 a las 4:11 am
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    While funny this disturbingly shows the danger of ignorance.

    • Michael Belanger en 14 enero, 2015 a las 8:58 am
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    Had this linked to me by a friend with T1D. I was like “omg flushed his
    insulin?!?! NOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!”. Great video to address outrageous
    reactions people have who do not understand diabetes in general, never mind
    the differences between T2 and T1.

    PS: There’s no freaking cure. No “okra diet”, no “omg click this link to
    cure diabetes in 12 days”. Cause if there *WAS*, people wouldn’t have
    diabetes. I’d be stuffing my face with that cure so fast… imagine how
    someone WITH diabetes feels having to stab themselves repeatedly and
    dealing with the ignorance. Bet your maple syrup butt they’d jump on a
    proven cure.

    Speaking of maple syrup, enjoy responsibly and nom on, diabetics. You know
    what you need to do to have a healthy lifestyle. You’re in control and I
    <3's you all :)

    • Madelin Madamba en 14 enero, 2015 a las 7:54 pm
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    Listen, I love studio c and all of their sketches but this was kind of
    offensive. I mean i know it’s a joke but you’re making fun of a serious
    condition that effects thousands. People die from this. I am a type 1
    diabetic and this just didn’t feel right. i know its a silly youtube sketch
    but still. think about it

    • Kevin Taylor en 19 enero, 2015 a las 8:56 pm
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    Just going to leave this right here. =)

    • Emma Stapley en 21 enero, 2015 a las 7:27 pm
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    he wore the same shirt with superman!!

    • Todd Carpenter en 24 enero, 2015 a las 7:18 pm
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    As a diabetic, I approve.. and laughed! …and shared!

    • llewellleo en 26 enero, 2015 a las 3:21 am
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    I suffer with a severe medical condition and this makes my life lighter.
    Thank you Studio C.

    • Ashley Fowers en 27 enero, 2015 a las 5:17 pm
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    Urgent medical needs are no match for this friendly intervention.
    Watch the new ‪#‎StudioC‬ sketch here!

    • Al Weighs Wright en 2 febrero, 2015 a las 3:55 am
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    I know this video is like 2 months old, but…would it be offensive to show
    this to my friend who has diabetes?

    • Jordan Yost en 3 febrero, 2015 a las 9:01 pm
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    Loved the vid! But the appendix is not a useless organ. It supports the
    immune system and decreases your susceptibility to disease. 

    • GameHunter en 5 febrero, 2015 a las 5:57 pm
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    It’s funny when they say insulin incorrectly

    • GnosisMan50 en 9 febrero, 2015 a las 9:15 am
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    not funny…

    • Abi Abraham en 9 febrero, 2015 a las 10:52 pm
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    I find this diabetic and I am offensive

    • PureStarDragon en 17 febrero, 2015 a las 12:24 am
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    I don’t like sketches like this…

    • Alisa Fackrell en 17 febrero, 2015 a las 2:54 pm
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    I really like that Paris picture in the back.

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