Reds’ Duvall grew up with Type 1 Diabetes and learned to deal with it to play in the Majors

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Adam Duvall, Cincinnati Reds left fielder, visited with patients at St. Elizabeth Healthcare’s Total Joint Center in Northern Kentucky this week.

As a professional athlete, Duvall understands what it takes to be world class. Together with St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Duvall is committed to the health and wellness of his fellow Kentuckians.

Cincinnati Reds left fielder Adam Duvall signs a small bat for Hannah Dunn, of Union in the Total Joint Center at St. Elizabeth Healthcare in Edgewood. Hannah spoke to Adam about diabetes. (Photo by Gary Landers)

Growing up with type 1 diabetes, a chronic condition, Duvall had to make a commitment to health and wellness in order to do what he loved — play baseball.

Today, he’s thriving, and he’s proud to be helping St. Elizabeth make Northern Kentucky one of the healthiest communities in America.


From St. Elizabeth HealthCare

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