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Materials for Your Health Fair or Event

View NIDDK’s science-based, patient-friendly, and consumer-friendly fact sheets to hand out at health fairs and community events. Each one-page health fair publication is in English and Spanish, and provides links to additional information on NIDDK’s web pages.

To receive printed copies of some of these materials for your event, please complete the NIDDK Health Fair form (PDF, 41 KB) .


Diabetes (PDF, 545 KB)
Provides an overview of diabetes, including the most common types of diabetes, the risk for developing type 2 diabetes, and what you can do to manage diabetes (English and Spanish).

Prediabetes (PDF, 585 KB)
Describes prediabetes—including who is more likely to develop this condition—and what you can do to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes (English and Spanish).

Gestational Diabetes (PDF, 542 KB)
Provides information about gestational diabetes, including when pregnant women should get tested for gestational diabetes, possible health problems, and what you can do to manage gestational diabetes (English and Spanish).

Digestive Diseases

Celiac Disease (PDF, 720 KB)
Describes celiac disease, including symptoms of the disease and the importance of following a strict, gluten-free eating plan for celiac disease (English and Spanish).

Colon Polyps (PDF, 723 KB)
Provides information on colon polyps, including who is more likely to develop them, when to get tested, and how to lower your risk of colon polyps (English and Spanish).

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (PDF, 656 KB)
Describes irritable bowel syndrome, including its symptoms, who is more likely to develop it, and how irritable bowel syndrome can be treated (English and Spanish).

Endocrine Diseases

Thyroid Disease (PDF, 419 KB)
Provides information about thyroid diseases such as hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, who is more likely to develop thyroid problems, and how thyroid disease is treated (English and Spanish).

Kidney Disease

Chronic Kidney Disease (PDF, 565 KB)
Provides an overview of chronic kidney disease (CKD), including the risks for developing CKD, and steps to take to protect your kidneys and prevent kidney failure (English and Spanish).

Urologic Diseases

Bladder Control Problems (Urinary Incontinence) (PDF, 564 KB)
Describes bladder control problems, or urinary incontinence, in men and women—including who is likely to have this condition, some of the causes, and treatments for urinary incontinence (English and Spanish).

Bladder Infections in Adults (PDF, 439 KB)
Provides an overview of bladder infections in adults, including who is likely to have bladder infections, some of the causes of bladder infections, and treatments (English and Spanish).

Prostate Problems (PDF, 737 KB)
Describes common prostate problems in men, some of the causes and symptoms of prostate problems, and treatments for prostate problems (English and Spanish).

Liver Disease

Viral Hepatitis (PDF, 381 KB)
Provides an overview of the types of viral hepatitis, some of the causes, and how to prevent the spread of viral hepatitis (English and Spanish).

Weight Management

Managing Your Weight (PDF, 696 KB)
Discusses the health problems linked to overweight and obesity, the importance of balancing calories with physical activity to lose or maintain weight, and tips to be more active and eat healthy (English and Spanish).

Diet and Nutrition

Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Tips for Families (PDF, 645 KB)
Describes how eating healthy and being physically active can help prevent overweight and obesity, and what parents and caregivers can do to help their families develop healthy eating and physical activity habits (English and Spanish).


This content is provided as a service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), part of the National Institutes of Health. The NIDDK translates and disseminates research findings to increase knowledge and understanding about health and disease among patients, health professionals, and the public. Content produced by the NIDDK is carefully reviewed by NIDDK scientists and other experts.