Disaster Information for People
Links to information and advice about medications, equipment, and health
care for people with diabetes affected by disaster situations.
Vision Health Initiative
Designed to promote vision health and quality of life by preventing
and controlling eye disease, eye injury, and vision loss resulting in
New and improved Data and Trends website is now available
The Data and Trends website provides resources documenting the public health burden of diabetes and its complications in the United States. The website has now been updated to make it more intuitive, user-friendly, and easier to navigate.
The Reference Guide of
Physical Activity Programs for Older Adults: A Resource for Planning
The guide offers information on physical activity programs for older
adults having healthy to frail functional status. All programs
contain physical activity components that offer important
benefits for all older adults with diabetes.
Improving the Nation’s Vision Health:
A Coordinated Public Health Approach.
The report presents a
public health framework that seeks to prevent vision loss, promote eye
health, and coordinate prevention, disease management and rehabilitation
efforts between all sectors.
The Eagle Books and
In the series of four Eagle Books, wise animal
characters share important messages with young children about how to lead
healthier lives through physical activity, healthy eating, and learning
about ways to prevent or control diabetes. The
Eagle's Nest is a new section of
this Web site where kids can learn more about living healthy and
The Eagle Books Series: A Guide for
Educators and Communities
is a companion piece for the four Eagle Books, Through the Eyes of
the Eagle, Knees Lifted High, Plate Full of Color, and
Tricky Treats. Classroom activities can reinforce the messages in
the Eagle Books. (Learn more about the
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Page last reviewed: August 27, 2008
Page last modified: September 12, 2008
Content Source: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Division of Diabetes Translation