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​​Use the alphabet links to find diabetes information from the National Diabetes Education Program. For general information related to diabetes from NIDDK, please visit the Diabetes A-Z list.​​​​​
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#JustOneStep Infocards

Share the following infocards on Facebook and Twitter to help people take small steps for better health.

4 Steps to Manage Your Diabetes for Life

These four steps help people with diabetes understand, monitor, and manage their diabetes to help them stay healthy. This publication is excellent for people newly diagnosed with diabetes or who just want to learn more about controlling the disease.

A Diabetes Friendly Meal Everyone Can Enjoy (PDF, 35.3 KB)

Knowing what to serve and eat for dinner can sometimes be a challenge – especially for people with diabetes. Whether you are a person with diabetes or a family member or friend, you can prepare a meal that is healthy and tastes great.

A Quick, Healthy Dish for People with Diabetes & Their Families

Follow these tips from the National Diabetes Education Program to make healthier meals that your whole family can enjoy.

Activity Counts for All Ages!

Children and teens can lower their risk for type 2 diabetes if they stay at a healthy weight by being more physically active and choosing to eat the right amounts of healthy foods.

Am I at Risk?

If you have wondered or possibly been told that you are at risk for developing diabetes or that you have prediabetes, you should know that diabetes prevention is proven, possible, and powerful.

American Indian/Alaska Native Fat and Calorie Counter (PDF, 188 KB)

Use this Fat and Calorie Counter to help you keep track of the number of fat grams and calories in foods you may eat.

American Indians & Alaska Natives: You Have the Power to Prevent Diabetes; The Research Says So!

“Diabetes is a major threat to our American Indian and Alaska Native communities,” says Charlene Avery, M.D., chair of the American Indian and Alaska Native Work Group for the National Diabetes Education Program.

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.

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Be Aware of Your Risk for Type 2 Diabetes (DOC, 1 MB)

Share this article with local media and your constituents. Add your logo, name, mission, and contact information.

Be Smart About Your Heart: Manage the ABCs of Diabetes

While most people may think about diabetes-related health problems such as kidney disease, blindness and amputation, adults with diabetes are nearly two times more likely to die from heart disease or stroke than a person without diabetes.

Be Sweet to Your Feet if You Have Diabetes (PDF, 93 KB)

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.

Buffet Table Tips

Barbecues, picnics and family reunions are gatherings to enjoy and treasure. If you have diabetes, these events can pose special challenges. If you choose wisely and watch how much you eat, you can have a delicious meal and feel good too.

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Choose More than 50 Ways to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

This tip sheet helps African Americans at risk for type 2 diabetes find ways to move more, make healthy food choices, and track their progress with making lifestyle changes to lower their risk.

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Diabetes and Your Heart Infographic (English)

Check out NDEP’s "Diabetes and Your Heart" infographic to learn about the ABCs of diabetes and how diabetes affects your heart. Share the infographic with your followers on Facebook and Twitter, or embed the infographic to your blog or website.

Diabetes Prevention Program and Outcomes Study Overview (PDF, 193 KB)

Learn more about the Diabetes Prevention Program, a major clinical trial.

Diabetes Resources Catalog With Special Resources for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders

All of NDEP’s AANHPI diabetes education resources also are available on a convenient CD that allows you to search for relevant resources by disease status, language, and audience. CDs are available by contacting Judith McDivitt at JMcDivitt@CDC.gov

Diabetes Resources for Older Adults

Caregivers and health care professionals of older adults may also find helpful tools to enhance their understanding of issues that affect this population.

Diabetes Risk Factors: Do You Know Yours? (PDF, 121 KB)

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.

Diabetes Risk Test (PDF, 147 KB)

One in four Americans with diabetes do not know they have the disease . Take this quiz to find out if you are at risk for type 2 diabetes.

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

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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Eat Fruits and Veggies to Lose Weight & Lower Your Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

If you have a family history of diabetes, or you’ve been told by a health care professional that you’re at risk for type 2 diabetes, you can prevent or delay the onset of the disease by losing 5 to 7 percent of your body weight.

Eating Right When Money’s Tight for People with Diabetes (DOC, 327 KB)

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.

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Family Health History and Diabetes

Family health history is an important risk factor for developing type 2 diabetes.

Family Health History and Diabetes Campaign Materials

Use these promotional tools to help NDEP promote the Family Health History and Diabetes Campaign in your community.

Five Facts About Diabetes (PDF, 88 KB)

To help people with diabetes better understand how to manage the disease, read these five facts about diabetes.

Five Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team About Your Type 2 Diabetes (PDF, 299 KB)

Learn five questions you can ask your health care team to help you better to manage your diabetes and live a long, healthy life.

Five Things Your Family Should Know About Your Diabetes (DOC, 310 KB)

If you have diabetes, you know that living with diabetes is not easy. Getting support from family members can help. This article shares five things you can discuss with your family so they can provide support.

Fotonovela: Do it for them! But for you too. (¡Hazlo por ellos! Pero por ti también.)

A bilingual (Spn/Eng) fotonovela featuring dramatic stories of Latinas talking to Latinas about preventing or delaying type 2 diabetes and being healthy for their children and themselves.

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GAME PLAN for Preventing Type 2 Diabetes

A Toolkit for Health Care Professionals and Teams

Get Real! You Don't Have to Knock Yourself Out to Prevent Diabetes

This tip sheet encourages people at risk for type 2 diabetes to move more and eat less to lower their risk for diabetes.

Guiding Principles for the Care of People With or at Risk for Diabetes

These Guiding Principles aim to identify and synthesize areas of general agreement among existing guidelines to help guide primary care providers and health care teams to deliver quality care to adults with or at risk for diabetes.

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Have Diabetes. Will Travel.

Whenever you travel, your diabetes comes along with you. While having diabetes should not stop you from traveling, you will need to do some careful planning. Here are some helpful diabetes travel tips.

Healthy Eating During Winter Gatherings for People with Diabetes

Winter is a season of holiday celebrations, football play-offs, and other occasions when family and friends get together over meals and snacks.

Healthy Summer Celebrations - Radio PSA Script (PDF, 46 KB)

A radio script promoting healthy summer eating.

History of Gestational Diabetes (PDF, 46 KB)

?Gestational diabetes is diabetes that is found for the first time when a woman is pregnant. If you had gestational diabetes when you were pregnant, you and your child from that pregnancy have a lifelong risk for developing diabetes.?

History of Gestational Diabetes Presentation (PPT, 3.59 MB)

This slide set contains facts and information about the future health risks that gestational diabetes places on the mother and her child affected by a GDM pregnancy. Slides can be downloaded as an entire presentation or used individually.

How Diabetes Affects Minority Groups Infographic

Check out NDEP’s “How Diabetes Affects Minority Groups” infographic.

How Diabetes Affects Older Adults Infographic

Share the infographic with your social media follows, embed it on your blog or website, or print it to use as a handout or poster.

How to Help a Loved One Cope with Diabetes

This tip sheet provides practical suggestions for helping loved ones cope with diabetes. It also lists organizations that can help.

How to Help Your Children Stay Healthy: Tips to Lower Their Chances of Getting Type 2 Diabetes

This tip sheet explains what type 2 diabetes is and provides great ideas parents can use to help their children be active and eat healthier to prevent type 2 diabetes.

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Important Numbers Print PSA (PDF, 1.43 MB)

Know your diabetes ABCs, just like you know your other numbers." Full page color. Black and white print ads in full-page, 1/2-page, and 1/4 page sizes.

It’s Never Too Early to Prevent Diabetes. A Lifetime of Small Steps for a Healthy Family Campaign Materials

Use these materials designed specifically to help women with a history of GDM prevent or delay type 2 diabetes, and to help their children lower their risk for the disease.

It’s Never Too Early…To Prevent Diabetes

If you had gestational diabetes when you were pregnant, you and your child have a lifelong risk for getting diabetes.

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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Know Your Blood Sugar Numbers

Learn more about the importance of knowing your blood sugar numbers. This publication contains information on the A1C test, self-monitoring blood sugar, and working with a health care team to set blood sugar targets and reach them.

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Living a Balanced Life with Diabetes: A Toolkit Addressing Psychosocial Issues for American Indian and Alaska Native Peoples

A compilation of resources for American Indian and Alaska Native Peoples about diabetes. Resources include materials about general nutrition, psychosocial issues, substance abuse prevention, tobacco use, and a list of books on the subject.

Living With Diabetes

If you are living with diabetes or have a loved with the disease, it's important to work together to manage diabetes to stay healthy and prevent complications. Managing diabetes is not easy, but support from family members can make it much easier.

Living with Diabetes: Finding the Support You Need Video

If you've been diagnosed with diabetes, you may feel powerful emotions—but you're not alone. Finding support in your family, friends, and community can help.

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MOVIMIENTO POR SU VIDA CD/DVD

This lively music CD helps Hispanics and Latinos incorporate more movement into their lives. It features six original songs with empowering messages and strong Latin rhythms that urge listeners to move more. It is a fun way to show how movement can help prevent and manage diabetes. Use this music CD to encourage individuals or groups to exercise. BONUS FEATURE: this CD also contains a music video, Movimiento por su vida that can be viewed on a DVD player.

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NDEP Activity Tracking Form (DOC, 261 KB)

Use this form to document your activities in which you use NDEP campaigns, materials, and resources. This form is for your internal use and is designed to be a helpful reference.

NDEP Logo Use Policy (PDF, 91 KB)

NDEP logo use policy for using, distributing or recreating NDEP's copyright free material.

NDEP National Diabetes Survey: Trends and Findings (2006, 2008, 2011) (PDF, 436 KB)

This slide set contains facts and information about the future health risks that gestational diabetes places on the mother and her child affected by a GDM pregnancy. Slides can be downloaded as an entire presentation or used individually.

NDEP Publications List and Ordering Form

An up-to-date list of all available NDEP publications. Order form included.

NDEP| Preventing Type 2 Diabetes (4:56)

Getting the whole family involved in becoming more active and making healthy food choices can make it easier to lose weight and prevent type 2 diabetes.

New Beginnings: A Discussion Guide for Living Well with Diabetes

A resource to help group leaders lead discussions about the emotional side of living with diabetes, and help people with diabetes identify family and social support needs and develop goal setting, positive coping and problem solving skills.

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Overview of the National Diabetes Education Program

Together NDEP and partners promote the messages and materials of two national public health campaigns, one created for people with diabetes and the other created for people at risk of diabetes.

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Partnering with Your Diabetes Care Team Video

Your health care team is a resource to help you manage your diabetes. Find ways to work with your team so you can successfully manage your disease.

Power to Prevent: A Family Lifestyle Approach to Diabetes Prevention

Power To Prevent includes effective, step-by-step lesson plans to help African Americans with or at risk for diabetes to take control of their eating habits and engage in a more physically active lifestyle.

Preventing Diabetes for Our Future and Theirs: The Diabetes Epidemic Among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (DOC, 321 KB)

Did you know that your heritage may increase your chances of for getting type 2 diabetes? The good news is that it is possible to lower your chance for getting type 2 diabetes.

Preventing Type 2 Diabetes When You're On-the-Go (DOC, 313 KB)

If you’re at risk for type 2 diabetes, plan how to fit exercise and healthy eating into your travel plans. With a little effort, you can stay healthy while you’re on the road.

Promoting Medication Adherence in Diabetes

Resources to support health care professionals in promoting medication adherence among their patients and within their teams.

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Reach Out to Loved Ones Living with Diabetes (PDF, 157 KB)

People with diabetes need to eat right, stay active, and take their medication. They need to keep their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol under control. And that’s on top of handling all the other things in life!

Redesigning the Health Care Team: Diabetes Prevention and Lifelong Management

Find out more about implementing multidisciplinary team care for people with diabetes and how to reduce the human and economic toll of diabetes through a continuous, proactive, planned, patient-centered, and population-based approach to care.

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Small Steps. Big Rewards. Your GAME PLAN to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes: Information for Patients

This three-booklet package helps people assess their risk for developing diabetes and implement a program to prevent or delay the onset of the disease and it includes an activity tracker and a fat and calorie counter.

Step by step: Moving towards prevention of Type 2 Diabetes

​This lively music CD helps Hispanics and Latinos incorporate more movement into their lives. It features six original songs with empowering messages and strong Latin rhythms that urge listeners to move more. It is a fun way to show how movement can help prevent and manage diabetes.


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Take Care of Your Feet for a Lifetime

If you have diabetes, your feet need special attention. This booklet helps you care for your feet and provides tips to prevent serious foot problems.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Chamorro)

Adapted into Chamorro, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Chinese)

Adapted into Chinese, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Chuukese)

Adapted into Chuukese, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Gujarati)

Adapted into Gujarati, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Hindi)

Adapted into Hindi, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Hmong)

Adapted into Hmong, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Japanese)

Adapted into Japanese, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Korean)

Adapted into Korean, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Laotian)

Adapted into Laotian, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Samoan)

Adapted into Samoan, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Tagalog)

Adapted into Tagalog, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Thai)

Adapted into Thai, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Tongan)

Adapted into Tongan, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes (in Vietnamese)

Adapted into Vietnamese, this patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Take Small Steps to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

When you take steps to prevent diabetes, you will also lower your risk for possible complications of diabetes such as heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, blindness, nerve damage, and other health problems.

Taking Care of Your Diabetes Means Taking Care of Your Heart (Tip Sheet)

This tip sheet encourages patients with diabetes to work with their health care team to set goals to manage A1C, blood pressure, and cholesterol to prevent heart problems. It also has a record form to track diabetes numbers.

Taking Care of Your Diabetes Means Taking Care of Your Heart for American Indians and Alaskan Natives

This patient education sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease. It encourages patients to work with their health care team to set targets and manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Tasty Recipes for People with Diabetes and Their Families

Tasty Recipes is filled with recipes specifically designed for Latin Americans. This booklet was designed to dispel misunderstandings about healthy eating and teach Hispanics/Latinos how to adopt a tasty but nutritional meal plan that maintains the cultural uniqueness of their food.

Teens and Diabetes

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  • Ten Ways American Indians Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes (DOC, 271 KB)

    You can prevent or delay type 2 diabetes by making small lifestyle changes in diet and physical activity. Here are some tips to help you get started.

    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 to Shape Up Your Family Reunion to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes (DOC, 313 KB)

    Research shows that if you are overweight, losing 5 to 7 percent of your current body weight can help you prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.

    The 411 on Healthy Eating (PDF, 33 KB)

    Although there are lots of diet choices and weight-loss plans available, taking small steps to reduce fat and caloric intake and becoming more physically active is most likely to lead to successful weight loss.

    The Facts About Diabetes

    View facts, statistics, and infographics About Diabetes.

    This National Diabetes Month, Make a Change to Live Well (English) (DOC, 63 KB)

    The NDEP’s Make A Plan tool can help you think about what is important to your health and what you are willing and able to do so you can break down your goals into small, achievable steps.

    This New Year, Resolve to Take Just One Step Toward a Healthier Life

    January is the start of a new year and a time when many people make New Year’s resolutions to be healthier. Maintaining a healthy weight and staying active can help prevent a number of chronic diseases, including type 2 diabetes.

    Tips for Enjoying Summer Gatherings if You Have Diabetes

    Making healthy food choices, even while on vacation, is a key step to staying healthy, feeling better and most importantly, managing your diabetes. The NDEP has tips for eating healthy during gatherings this summer.

    Tips for Kids: Be Active

    This colorful, easy-to-read, reproducible tip sheet contains the basics about managing type 2 diabetes for children and their families. It also includes a list of resources where you can get more information for children.

    Tips for Kids: Eating Healthy Foods

    This colorful, easy-to-read, reproducible tip sheet contains the basics about managing type 2 diabetes for children and their families. It also includes a list of resources where you can get more information for children.

    Tips for Kids: Stay at a Healthy Weight

    This colorful, easy-to-read, reproducible tip sheet contains the basics about managing type 2 diabetes for children and their families. It also includes a list of resources where you can get more information for children.

    Tips for Kids: What is Diabetes?

    This colorful, easy-to-read, reproducible tip sheet contains the basics about managing type 2 diabetes for children and their families. It also includes a list of resources where you can get more information for children.

    Tips for Teens with Diabetes: Be Active

    This colorful, easy-to-read, reproducible tip sheet contains the basics about managing type 2 diabetes for children and their families. It also includes a list of resources where you can get more information for children.

    Tips for Teens with Diabetes: Dealing With the Ups and Downs of Diabetes

    Feel good about yourself. Get help to deal with the ups and downs of diabetes. Seek support from other teens and take action to manage your diabetes - one step at a time.

    Tips for Teens with Diabetes: Make Healthy Food Choices

    Make healthy food choices to help reach your weight loss goal. There are many weight loss plans from which to choose.

    Tips for Teens with Diabetes: Stay at a Healthy Weight

    ​This tip sheet provides useful information about diabetes and encourages teens to take action to manage their disease for a long and healthy life.


    Tips for Teens with Diabetes: What is Diabetes?

    This tip sheet provides useful information about diabetes and encourages teens to take action to manage their disease for a long and healthy life.

    Tips for Teens: Lower Your Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

    If you have a family history of diabetes, or you’ve been told by a health care professional that you’re at risk for type 2 diabetes, you can prevent or delay the onset of the disease by losing 5 to 7 percent of your body weight.

    Transitions: From Pediatric to Adult Health Care

    Take advantage of the diabetes education resources and tools designed especially for health care professionals, business professionals engaged in planning and conducting business health strategies, and school personnel.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs

    This tip sheet can help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less to lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Cambodian)

    Adapted into Cambodian, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Chamorro)

    Adapted into Chamorro, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Chinese)

    Adapted into Chinese, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Chuukese)

    Adapted into Chuukese, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Gujarati)

    Adapted intoGujarati, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Hindi)

    Adapted into Hindi, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Hmong)

    Adapted into Hmong, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Japanese)

    Adapted into Japanese, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Korean)

    Adapted into Korean, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Laotian)

    Adapted into Laotian, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Samoan)

    Adapted into Samoan, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Tagalog)

    Adapted intoTagalog, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Thai)

    Adapted into Thai, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Tongan)

    Adapted into Tongan, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

    Two Reasons I Find Time to Prevent Diabetes: My Future and Theirs (in Vietnamese)

    Adapted into Vietnamese, tips to help Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less lower their risk for diabetes.

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    We Have the Power to Prevent Diabetes

    Tips to help American Indians and Alaska Natives at risk for type 2 diabetes move more and eat less to lower their risk for diabetes.

    Working Together to Manage Diabetes: A Toolkit for Pharmacy, Podiatry, Optometry, and Dentistry (PPOD)

    Each section of the PPOD Guide provides a “quick course” on that health care specialty and its relation to diabetes. Because each section is written for professionals outside of that specialty, all team members who might care for a person with diabetes can collaborate and make cross-disciplinary treatment referrals. Inside the PPOD Guide, you will find: An introduction to team care, Tips on communicating with patients, Sections in each of the four PPOD areas, Resources and links to other PPOD-related resources and organizations.

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    You Are the Heart of Your Family...Take Care of It. (Usted es el corazón de la familia...cuide su corazón) Tip Sheet

    This bilingual (Spanish and English) tip sheet explains the link between diabetes and heart disease for Hispanics/ Latinos.


    Youth and Teens

    About 208,000 young people under 20 years of age have diagnosed diabetes. Most of them have type 1 diabetes.

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