Home introduces visitors to the Diabetes Public Health Resource Web site by highlighting new programs, activities, publications, and products from CDC's
Division of Diabetes Translation.
About the Program is an overview of CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation and describes its mission, major accomplishments, and activities. It also
includes a list of all division manuscripts published in fiscal year 1999.
Us offers the opportunity for visitors to send a question, comment,
or suggestion to CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation. Telephone numbers
and other contact information are also available.
section includes information about CDC's annual Diabetes Translation Conference
and has links to other diabetes organizations' calendars.
Data and Trends includes diabetes surveillance reports, fact sheets, and other publications on the costs and economics of diabetes.
Diabetes and Me section
provides basic information on diabetes and its complications and tips on
how to be active, eat right, and prevent diabetes.
Frequently Asked Questions section answers the most commonly asked
questions about diabetes.
Projects section provides information about many special projects,
programs, and services supported by CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation.
The Diabetes and Flu/Pneumococcal Campaign link offers an array of diabetes
section offers additional Internet resources and links from CDC, other
government agencies, and outside diabetes organizations to help you find
National Diabetes Education Program describes the joint initiative sponsored by CDC and the National Institutes of Health that involves public and
private partners to improve the treatment and outcomes for people with
diabetes, to promote early diagnosis, and ultimately to prevent the onset of
Newsroom includes links to CDC position papers, Congressional testimony, press releases, and other public health information.
Publications & Products provides many useful, easily accessible online diabetes-related publications in both English and Spanish, as well as diabetes clip art.
State-Based Programs gives contact information and a review of the diabetes
prevention and control programs for all 50 states, the District of Columbia,
and 8 U.S.-affiliated jurisdictions and territories.