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Learn About Diabetes: Quick Guide to Healthy Living

You may be at risk for diabetes if you are overweight, exercise fewer than three times a week, are over 40, have high blood pressure or cholesterol, or are African American, Latino, American Indian, ... Details >

National Health Information Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Frequently Asked Questions About Diabetes

This page links to frequently asked questions about diabetes. Questions cover basics about diabetes, diabetes-related health concerns, exercise and diabetes, groups especially affected by diabetes, an... Details >

National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

4 Steps To Control Your Diabetes. For Life

Also available in: Khmer/Cambodian  Korean  Samoan  Thai  Tongan  Vietnamese 

If you have just found out that you have diabetes, you may be upset and need some help. Even if you have lived with diabetes for a while, you may want to do more to take care of yourself. This publica... Details >

National Diabetes Education Program

About Diabetes and Pre-diabetes

Whether you just found out you have diabetes or have been dealing with it for years, you can control your diabetes and live a long, active life. If you are at risk or have pre-diabetes, you can take s... Details >

National Diabetes Education Program

About Insulin and Other Drugs  External Link

This online consumer fact sheet discusses diabetic insulin therapy. Links to information on the basics of insulin, insulin storage and syringe safety information, and insulin routines. ... Details >

American Diabetes Association  External Link

African Americans and Diabetes  External Link

With the growing trend of new cases of diabetes and pre-diabetes, the American Diabetes Association is committed to improving the lives of African Americans and their families who are at risk for diab... Details >

American Diabetes Association  External Link

American Indian/Alaska Natives and Diabetes

Diabetes is a serious health problem for American Indian/Alaska Natives in the U.S. American Indian/Alaska Native women suffer more from diabetes compared to all other women. American Indian/Alaska Na... Details >

National Women's Health Information Center, Office on Women's Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

American Indians & Alaska Natives and Diabetes  External Link

Diabetes mellitus poses a significant public health challenge for the US. Some 800,000 cases are diagnosed each year, and changing demographic patterns in the US are expected to increase the number of... Details >

Management Sciences for Health  External Link

Asian American Diabetes Initiative  External Link

Also available in: Chinese-Simplified  Chinese-Traditional   External Link

This is a bilingual site with interactive tools dedicated to improving diabetes awareness in the Asian American population. The mission of the Asian American Diabetes Initiative is to enhance the qual... Details >

Joslin Diabetes Center  External Link

Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders and Diabetes  External Link

Diabetes and obesity have been established as major health problems among AAPIs. Whether residing on their home islands or the US mainland, Samoans, native Hawaiians, and Micronesians are frequently a... Details >

Management Sciences for Health  External Link