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El Dr. Huerta habla sobre la diabetes (Spanish)

El Dr. Huerta habla sobre la diabetes (Spanish)

Listen to Dr. Huerta deliver an important diabetes message to our Spanish speaking audience.

 

Dr. Huerta 60 Radio PSA Transcript

Dr. Huerta 60 Second Spot (MP3)

 
New Moms Can Prevent Diabetes by Keeping Up Healthy Habits

New Moms Can Prevent Diabetes by Keeping Up Healthy Habits

Some women get diabetes when they are pregnant. Doctors call this gestational (jes-TAY-shun-al) diabetes. Most of the time, it goes away after your baby is born. Even if the diabetes goes away after your baby is born, you still have a greater chance of developing type 2 diabetes later in life, and your child from that pregnancy may have a greater chance of being obese and getting type 2 diabetes.

But there is good news. You can take steps to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes and keep your child from that pregnancy healthy.

New Moms Can Prevent Diabetes by Keeping Up Healthy Habits

New Moms Can Prevent Diabetes by Keeping Up Healthy Habits (Spanish)

 
Nunca es muy temprano para prevenir la diabetes tipo 2: Información para usted y su familia

Nunca es muy temprano para prevenir la diabetes tipo 2: Información para usted y su familia

Learn more about gestational diabetes. Article written in Spanish.

Nunca es muy temprano para prevenir la diabetes tipo 2: Información para usted y su familia

 
Paso a Paso - Print PSAs

Paso a Paso - Print PSAs

Print ad to encourage Hispanic/Latino people to prevent diabetes.

Paso a Paso Print PSA (Food and Feet) in Spanish

Paso a Paso Print PSA (Family) in Spanish

Paso a Paso Print PSA (Family) in English

 
Paso a Paso - Radio PSAs

Paso a Paso - Radio PSAs

Fight the development of type 2 diabetes in your community with these radio spots about the first steps to preventing diabetes, especially for a Hispanic/Latino audience.

Paso a Paso - 30-second Radio PSA in English

Paso a Paso - 60-second Radio PSA in English

Paso a Paso - 30-second Radio PSA in Spanish

Paso a Paso - 60-second Radio PSA in Spanish

Paso a Paso - 60-second Radio PSA Script in English

Paso a Paso - 30-second Radio PSA Script in English

Paso a Paso - 60-second Radio PSA Script in Spanish

 
Family History Press Release

Family History Press Release

Share this press release with local media to promote awareness of the connection between family history and the risk for type 2 diabetes. 

Family History Press Release

Family History Press Release (Spanish)

 
Latecia - Family Health History: Diabetes Prevention Poster

Latecia - Family Health History: Diabetes Prevention Poster

After seeing her mom struggle with diabetes, Latecia knew she needed to make changes in her life to prevent the disease. Latecia's poster has the message: "Diabetes runs in our family, so we are at risk.That is why we are taking steps now to prevent it."

Display this poster where people at risk for type 2 diabetes will see it.

Latecia - Family Health History: Diabetes Prevention Poster

 
Melinda - Family Health History: Diabetes Prevention Full-Page Print PSA in Spanish

Melinda - Family Health History: Diabetes Prevention Full-Page Print PSA in Spanish

Because type 2 diabetes runs in her family, Melinda is at risk for the disease. Her Spanish-language poster has the message: "En mi familia hay diabetes y por lo tanto corremos riesgo. Por eso tomamos pasos para prevenirla."

Encourage publications to use this print PSA to help people with diabetes make a plan to prevent diabetes complications. Use the template cover letter to reach out to Public Service Directors at your local publications. A Spanish translation of the template cover letter is coming soon.

National Diabetes Month Print PSA Template Cover Letter

Melinda - Family Health History: Diabetes Prevention Full-Page Print PSA

National Diabetes Month 2011 Print PSA Template Cover Letter-Spanish

 
Melinda - Family Health History: Diabetes Prevention Poster

Melinda - Family Health History: Diabetes Prevention Poster

Because type 2 diabetes runs in her family, Melinda is at risk for the disease. Her Spanish-language poster has the message: "En mi familia hay diabetes y por lo tanto corremos riesgo. Por eso tomamos pasos para prevenirla."

Display this poster where people at risk for type 2 diabetes will see it.

Melinda - Family Health History: Diabetes Prevention Poster

 
Four Questions You Should Ask Your Family About Health History

Four Questions You Should Ask Your Family About Health History

Diabetes runs in families. By asking your family these key questions, you could help prevent type 2 diabetes in the future.  

Four Questions You Should Ask Your Family About Health History

Four Questions You Should Ask Your Family About Health History (Spanish)

 
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