This issue spotlights findings from celiac disease research supported by NIDDK, information about high blood pressure in children, newly revised WIN materials, and other WIN news.
Find out in this issue about a bionic pancreas that helped people with type 1 diabetes keep their blood glucose levels within the normal range. Also read about radio broadcasts by NIDDK's Director and helping kids in your life stay healthy this summer.
In honor of Men's Health Month, this issue highlights ways for men to get more physical activity, consume healthy foods and beverages, and get to and stay at a healthy weight.
This issue covers NIDDK Director Dr. Griffin Rodgers' keynote at the first African American Health Program Community Day. It also features a National Institutes of Health-funded study that found that lifestyle changes may help older adults keep lean body mass as they lose weight.
This issue announces the release of National Institutes of Health (NIH) data on the health and lifestyles of U.S. Hispanics. It also highlights updates to WIN's Walking brochure, NIH research, and resources related to National Minority Health Month in April.
This issue covers a presentation by NIDDK Director Griffin Rodgers to middle school students about study and work in the sciences. It also highlights recent updates to NIDDK's website and resources for National Kidney Month.
To help you celebrate American Heart Month, this issue features resources for promoting heart health. It also includes a link to WIN health champion materials and ideas for getting and staying physically active.
This issue highlights recent findings from the Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery (LABS) and Teen-LABS. It also includes descriptions and links to WIN's most recently updated publications, as well as items you can use to be a health champion.
Check out this issue for news of a study that suggests that a “maintain, don’t gain” focus may help some with weight control. The issue also features WIN’s updated Sisters Together Program Guide, resources from NIDDK and its programs, and WIN’s childhood obesity infographic.
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, this issue highlights WIN's Spanish-language materials, the next WIN exhibit, and online health resources in Spanish.
In this issue read about an NIH study of the long-term effects of blood sugar during pregnancy, tools you can use to help African American women be healthy, and WIN's new publications.