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Medicare.gov - Caregivers Medicare.gov - Caregivers

The Official U.S. Government Site for People with Medicare.

 
Diabetes Prevention Program Study Diabetes Prevention Program Study

A study funded by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases to determine the safety and efficacy of two interventions in preventing or delaying the confirmed development of diabetes. The objective of the study is to prevent or delay the onset of diabetes among persons at high risk using interventions designed to improve abnormal glucose metabolism.

 
School Nurse News School Nurse News

An independent publication developed specifically to meet the needs of school nurses and other healthcare professionals serving children and adolescents in the school setting. This publication provides practical, timely, useful information that can be used in the school health care professional's role as a child advocate. The link provided takes you to diabetes specific articles.?

 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Diabetes Risk Test Widget Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Diabetes Risk Test Widget

Place the CDC's diabetes risk test widget on your website to help others learn their risk for type 2 diabetes and whether they should follow up with a doctor to take steps to protect their health?

 
NASN School Nurse Articles NASN School Nurse Articles

The NASN School Nurse is the official clinical journal of the National Association of School Nurses and is published in January, March, May, July, September, and November. The mission of the NASN School Nurse is to enhance school nursing practice by facilitating communication and the exchange of information and experience, which will connect members with their school nurse colleagues and engage them in the activities of their professional organization. 

 
Group Lifestyle Balance Program Materials Group Lifestyle Balance Program Materials

These materials from the University of Pittsburgh provide education, encouragement, and the tools necessary to help individuals reach their health goals and prevent diabetes.

 

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