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NDEP is a partnership of the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and more than 200 public and private organizations.

  • Diabetes Resources for Older Adults
    Visit NDEP’s new older adults webpage to find resources to help older adults learn how to better manage their diabetes or take steps to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. Caregivers and health care professionals of older adults may also find helpful resources.
  • September 15 - October 15
    is Hispanic Heritage Month!
    Use NDEP resources for Hispanics/Latinos to share information about how to prevent ordelay type 2 diabetes or manage diabetes.
  • Support Healthy Aging Month with NDEP’s resources for older adults!
    Diabetes is more common in older adults. Find resources to help older adults learn how to better manage their diabetes or take steps to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.
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Practice Transformation for Physicians and Health Care Teams
Practice Transformation for Physicians and Health Care Teams

The NDEP's “Practice Transformation for Physicians and Health Care Teams” resource is designed for health care professionals and administrators who want to change systems of health care delivery around diabetes.

September Partner Spotlight
Check out the NDEP's partner in the September spotlight.
August Partner Spotlight
NDEP resources help dentist Dr. Martin Gillis urge people to make the oral health-diabetes connection.
July Partner Spotlight
NDEP resources help primary care physician Dr. Kevin Peterson deliver patient-centered care.
Four key steps to help you control your diabetes and live a long, active life.
You can take small steps to delay or prevent type 2 diabetes and live a healthy life.
Managing diabetes effectively is complex and requires a team approach.
You can make a difference in diabetes prevention and control by taking an active role with NDEP.

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