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Step by step: Moving towards prevention of Type 2 Diabetes NDEP-93

Step by step: Moving towards prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

This music CD helps African Americans incorporate more physical activity into their lives. It features three original songs with empowering messages that urge listeners to move more. Three songs from the popular Movimiento music CD also are included. BONUS FEATURE: this CD also contains a music video, Every Day is a New Beginning that can be viewed on a DVD player.

It’s Not Too Late to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes NDEP-75

It’s Not Too Late to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

This tip sheet helps older adults take steps to prevent or delay getting type 2 diabetes.

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Last reviewed: 12/01/2013

Did You Have Gestational Diabetes When You Were Pregnant? What You Need to Know. NDEP-88

Did You Have Gestational Diabetes When You Were Pregnant? What You Need to Know.

Women with a history of gestational diabetes have a greater chance of getting diabetes later in life. Their offspring have a greater chance of becoming obese and getting type 2 diabetes. This tip sheet encourages women who had gestational diabetes to get tested for diabetes after pregnancy and take actions to help the whole family stay healthy.

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Also available in these languages:

Spanish

Last reviewed: 04/01/2014

The Road to Health Toolkit NDEP-111

The Road to Health Toolkit

Designed for African Americans and Hispanics/Latinos at risk for type 2 diabetes, this tool kit provides materials to start a community outreach program reinforcing the message that type 2 diabetes can be delayed or prevented.

Other Road to Health related materials:

  • Road to Health Toolkit Evaluation Guide - NDEP-125
  • Guía de Evaluación del Kit El camino hacia la buena salud (Road to Health Toolkit Evaluation Guide) - NDEP-125SP
  • Road to Health Toolkit Training Guide - NDEP-108
  • Guía de capacitación del kit el camino hacia la buena salud (The Road to Health Toolkit Training Guide) - NDEP-108SP
  • Road to Health Toolkit Training Video - NDEP-114

Power to Prevent: A Family Lifestyle Approach to Diabetes Prevention NDEP-69ENT

Power to Prevent: A Family Lifestyle Approach to Diabetes Prevention

This curriculum can be used by small groups to learn how to make healthy lifestyle changes around food and physical activity to prevent and manage diabetes. The Accompanying CD-ROM has files for NDEP materials used in conjunction with the curriculum.

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