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Take Care of Your Diabetes to Keep Your Kidneys Healthy

Take Care of Your Diabetes to Keep Your Kidneys Healthy

If you have diabetes, it’s important that you know about the link between diabetes and kidney disease, and what you can do to keep your kidneys healthy. Share this article in your organization’s newsletter or with media to promote diabetes awareness.

Take Care of Your Diabetes to Keep Your Kidneys Healthy

 
Heading Back to School with Diabetes

Heading Back to School with Diabetes

Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in children. For students with diabetes and their parents, getting ready for a new school year includes a lot more than buying new clothes, backpacks, notebooks, and pens. It means buying a whole list of diabetes supplies to keep at school -- but also preparing school staff to help keep their children safe at school and at school-sponsored activities.

Heading Back to School with Diabetes Article

 
Be Sweet to Your Feet if You Have Diabetes

Be Sweet to Your Feet if You Have Diabetes

Taking care of your feet is very important for people with diabetes. Good foot care helps reduce your risk for serious foot problems that can lead to amputations. To decrease your risk of foot problems, learn to manage the ABCs of diabetes. This means keeping your blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol in the target range recommended by your health care provider.

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Be Sweet to Your Feet if You Have Diabetes

 
Diabetes Risk Factors: Do You Know Yours?

Diabetes Risk Factors: Do You Know Yours?

A recent survey by NDEP showed that while many Americans are aware of diabetes risk factors, such as being overweight and physically inactive, there is still a disconnect between being aware of diabetes risk, and understanding what that risk means to them. When it comes to understanding their personal risk for diabetes, it appears as if family history of diabetes is really what makes people take notice.

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Diabetes Risk Factors: Do You Know Yours?

 
Eating Right When Money’s Tight for People with Diabetes

Eating Right When Money’s Tight for People with Diabetes

For people with diabetes, making healthy food choices is an important part of managing the disease. With the right tips and a little planning, you can eat healthy and stretch your food budget.

Eating Right When Money's Tight

 
Have Diabetes. Will Travel.

Have Diabetes. Will Travel.

Whenever you travel, your diabetes comes along with you. And while having diabetes should not stop you from traveling in style, you will need to do some careful planning. Here are some helpful diabetes travel tips from the National Diabetes Education Program.

Have Diabetes. Will Travel.

 
Help Your Teen Deal with the Ups & Downs of Diabetes

Help Your Teen Deal with the Ups & Downs of Diabetes

Teens may sometimes have feelings of sadness, anger, loneliness, and fear, or they may blame themselves or their family for their diabetes. These feelings are normal every now and then. But in order to feel better, teens need to learn to take charge of their diabetes – and families can help.

Help Your Teen Deal with the Ups & Downs of Diabetes

 
Ten Ways Hispanics and Latinos Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Ten Ways Hispanics and Latinos Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Hispanics and Latinos are at high risk for type 2 diabetes, but there is good news. You can prevent or delay type 2 diabetes by making small lifestyle changes around what you eat and how you stay physically active. Here are some tips to help you.

Ten Ways Hispanics and Latinos Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

 
Ten Ways to Shape Up Your Family Reunion to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Ten Ways to Shape Up Your Family Reunion to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Family reunions offer a chance to bond with relatives, learn about your family history, share recipes, and celebrate together. When learning about your history, it is also important to find out if type 2 diabetes runs in your family. Having a family history of type 2 diabetes increases your risk for developing the disease. Take the first step today toward lowering your risk, and your family’s risk, for type 2 diabetes.

Ten Ways to Shape Up Your Family Reunion to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

 
ATTENTION MEN! Control Your Diabetes For Life... And For Your Family

ATTENTION MEN! Control Your Diabetes For Life... And For Your Family

If you have diabetes, you know the day-to-day steps needed to manage diabetes can be hard. Managing diabetes isn’t easy, but it’s worth it. If left untreated, men with diabetes can face serious health problems such as heart attack, stroke, kidney disease, blindness, and even the loss of a toe or foot. Share this article in your organization’s newsletter or with media in your community.

ATTENTION MEN! Control Your Diabetes For Life... And For Your Family

 
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