Nick Jonas Wants Your 'Simple Inspirations'

Nick Jonas Wants Your 'Simple Inspirations'

Nick Jonas heads outside after arriving on a flight at LAX Airport in Los Angeles on Thursday night (September 8).

After spending the afternoon with big brother Kevin, the 18-year-old actor/musician also announced another new project with Bayer HealthCare.

“Simple Inspirations” is a new contest which challenges people living with diabetes to motivate newly diagnosed patients by sharing their most inspirational thoughts about living with the disease.

The goal of the contest is to enrich the lives of everyone who has diabetes — regardless of how long they’ve been diagnosed — and to demonstrate that people with diabetes can live a full and engaged life by effectively managing their condition.

One grand prize winner will meet international singing sensation Nick at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Los Angeles Walk to Cure Diabetes. The winner will also appear in a video with Nick to be launched on November 14, 2011 — World Diabetes Day.

“Through my work with Bayer, I am continually moved by the feedback I get from people who tell me that I’ve inspired them because of my diabetes,” said Nick. “In turn, I am just as motivated by their diabetes stories. It’s important to me to give back to others and support the diabetic community with opportunities to learn about diabetes and how to live a full life in spite of it.”

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  • jan

    Nice pictures. Nice contest. Having diabetes is hard. Wish I’d had other diabetics to talk to when first diagnosed. This is a great contest. Nick continues to amaze me.

  • Daniel


  • E

    Awesome contest!!! So proud of Nick!! He looks gorgeous in these pics!!

  • Alejandra

    I love him, I love him.

  • Brandon Florey

    Type 1 treatment must be continued indefinitely in all cases. Treatment should not significantly impair normal activities but can be done adequately if sufficient patient training, awareness, appropriate care, discipline in testing and dosing of insulin is taken. However, treatment remains quite burdensome for many people. Complications may be associated with both low blood sugar and high blood sugar, both largely due to the nonphysiological manner in which insulin is replaced. ;*^^

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