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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)

 
NDEP Email Signatures

NDEP Email Signatures

Add these images or copy and paste the text below into your email signature to help NDEP spread diabetes awareness.

 

 

NDEP November Family History Control Email Signature

NDEP Family History General Email Signature

NDEP November Family History Prevention Email Signature

Alert Day Risk Test Email Signature

Gestational Diabetes Email Signature

 
Be Aware of Your Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Be Aware of Your Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Share this article with local media and your constituents. Add your logo, name, mission, and contact information. Submit it to your local newspaper or include it in your organization’s newsletter.

Be Aware of Your Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

 
Diabetes Runs in My Family Web Banner

Diabetes Runs in My Family Web Banner

Post this banner on your website or blog and link to www.yourdiabetesinfo.org/familyhistory.

Diabetes Runs in My Family Web Button

 
Family Health History & Diabetes 4 Questions Web Banner

Family Health History & Diabetes 4 Questions Web Banner

Add this web banner to your website or blog and link to “4 Questions You Should Ask Your Family” to help get the family health history conversation started.

Four Questions - Web Button

 
History of Gestational Diabetes

History of Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is diabetes that is found for the first time when a woman is pregnant. If you had gestational diabetes when you were pregnant, you and your child from that pregnancy have a lifelong risk for developing diabetes, a serious disease that can lead to health problems such as heart disease, blindness, kidney disease and amputations. The good news is there are steps you can take to prevent or delay diabetes and lower that risk for yourself and your child.

History of Gestational Diabetes

 
Haywood & Family - Family Health History Poster

Haywood & Family - Family Health History Poster

Haywood was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2005. Today, he works hard to manage his disease and to help his family prevent it. Haywood's poster has the message: "I manage my diabetes—and I am teaching my family how to prevent it."

Display this poster where people with type 2 diabetes will see it.

Haywood & Family - Family Health History Poster

 
Holly - Family Health History: Gestational Diabetes Poster

Holly - Family Health History: Gestational Diabetes Poster

Holly was diagnosed with gestational diabetes (GDM) when she was pregnant with her first child. When a follow-up blood test showed she had prediabetes, she began making lifestyle changes to prevent type 2 diabetes. Holly's print PSA has the message: "When I was pregnant, I found out I had diabetes. Now, I am at risk for diabetes for the rest of my life. So is my child. But we can take steps to PREVENT it."

Display this poster where people with a history of gestational diabetes will see it.

Holly - Family Health History: Gestational Diabetes Poster

 
Holly - Family History: Gestational Diabetes Print PSA

Holly - Family History: Gestational Diabetes Print PSA

Holly was diagnosed with gestational diabetes (GDM) when she was pregnant with her first child. When a follow-up blood test showed she had prediabetes, she began making lifestyle changes to prevent type 2 diabetes. Holly's print PSA has the message: "When I was pregnant, I found out I had diabetes. Now, I am at risk for diabetes for the rest of my life. So is my child. But we can take steps to PREVENT it."

Encourage publications to use this print PSA to help people with a history of GDM make a plan to prevent diabetes. Use the template cover letter to reach out to Public Service Directors at your local publications.

Holly - Family History: Gestational Diabetes Print PSA

National Diabetes Month Print PSA Template Cover Letter

 
Know Your Risk | Family Health History Web Banner

Know Your Risk | Family Health History Web Banner

Post this banner on your website or blog and and link to www.yourdiabetesinfo.org/familyhistory.

Know Your Risk Family History Web Button

 
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