New guidelines provide a framework for clinicians managing type 2 diabetes in youth.
An interactive tool with information on chronic conditions among Medicare beneficiaries.
All caregivers of persons with dementia in Idaho and Washington are invited to sign up for the six week workshop.
A message from Joanne Gallivan and Diane Tuncer on behalf of the National Diabetes Education Program
10 of 15 members of a Food and Drug Administration panel voted to recommend approval of diabetes drug canagliflozin, despite cardiovascular concerns.
Resolve to better your diabetes management and your overall health.
New materials are available from the AADE for people with diabetes.
Diabetes resources for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander populations, all in one place
Now in one location, the National Diabetes Education Program offers Diabetes Resources: Know. Prevent. Control., a compilation of culturally and linguistically tailored resources for community organizations, health care providers, public health agencies, and others who work with Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, or Pacific Islanders.
A request for applications for projects that benefit Washington residents who have type 2 diabetes. A cy pres grant from the Attorney General of Washington.
A Request for applications for project that benefit Washington residents who suffer from dementia, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or diabetes. A cy pres grant from the Attorney General of Washington.
One page tip sheet to help people with diabetes and at risk of diabetes eat healthfully during the holiday season.
A toolkit for clinic practice teams is now available for download.
It's simple: Go exercise. Get rewarded. You earned it.
Flying soon? This article from Diabetes Technology & Theraputics has information that could ease your security screening.
The American Heart Association is offering a scholarship designed to drive diversity in medicine.
Losing weight -- an average of 5% of total body weight -- `and keeping it off for 4 years didn't reduce the number of heart attacks or strokes in persons with diabetes. That result prompted the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to stop the Look AHEAD (Action for Health in Diabetes) study early.
Our partners are gearing up for National Diabetes Month. Here is some of what they have to offer:
Materials from CDC are now available on the risk of serious flu complications in people with diabetes, and what you can do to prevent it.
NCBDDD announces a new educational material on diabetes and pregnancy, Pre-Existing Diabetes and Pregnancy. Potential Effects of Uncontrolled Diabetes Before and During Pregnancy for general audiences.
Free logbooks are available from the American Diabetes Association.