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"Know Your Family Health History to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes" Feature Article

"Know Your Family Health History to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes" Feature Article

Understanding your family’s history of diabetes can help you take action now to prevent or delay the development of this serious disease. Submit this article to your local newspaper or promote it in your organization's newsletter or e-newsletter.

"Know Your Family Health History to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes" Feature Article

"Know Your Family Health History to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes" Feature Article (Spanish)

 
This New Year, Resolve to Take Just One Step Toward a Healthier Life

This New Year, Resolve to Take Just One Step Toward a Healthier Life

January is the start of a new year and a time when many people make New Year’s resolutions to be healthier. Maintaining a healthy weight and staying active can help prevent a number of chronic diseases, including type 2 diabetes. Share this article in your organization’s newsletter or with media to promote diabetes awareness.

This New Year, Resolve to Take Just One Step Toward a Healthier Life (Spanish)

This New Year, Resolve to Take Just One Step Toward a Healthier Life

 
American Indians & Alaska Natives: You Have the Power to Prevent Diabetes; The Research Says So!

American Indians & Alaska Natives: You Have the Power to Prevent Diabetes; The Research Says So!

“Diabetes is a major threat to our American Indian and Alaska Native communities,” says Charlene Avery, M.D., chair of the American Indian and Alaska Native Work Group for the National Diabetes Education Program. “But it doesn’t have to be. As a community, we have the power to change this by taking a few small steps to prevent type 2 diabetes – for ourselves and generations to come.”

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American Indians & Alaska Natives: You Have the Power to Prevent Diabetes; The Research Says So!

 
Have a Holiday Heart-to-Heart

Have a Holiday Heart-to-Heart

Family history of disease is an important part of understanding your risk for developing a number of serious diseases, including type 2 diabetes. NDEP encourages all families to gather their family health history this holiday season and help prevent or delay type 2 diabetes in future generations.

NDEP encourages you to publish this article on family health history by Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers of the NIH in your organization’s newsletters and on your website.

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Have a Holiday Heart-to-Heart Article

 
It’s Not Too Late to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes: Take Your First Step Today

It’s Not Too Late to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes: Take Your First Step Today

Did you know that as you get older, you have a greater chance of getting type 2 diabetes? It’s true. At least one out of every four Americans over 65 has diabetes. The good news is that you can take steps to prevent or delay the disease.

It's Not Too Late to Prevent Diabetes: Take Your First Step Today

 
Preventing Diabetes for Our Future and Theirs: The Diabetes Epidemic Among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Preventing Diabetes for Our Future and Theirs: The Diabetes Epidemic Among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have long celebrated their rich traditions and cultural heritage. But did you know that your heritage – such as having a family history of diabetes – may increase your chances of for getting type 2 diabetes? The good news is that it is possible to lower your chance – and your family’s chance – for getting type 2 diabetes.

Preventing Diabetes for Our Future and Theirs: The Diabetes Epidemic Among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

 
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