REACH Detroit Partnership
Preventing diabetes and diabetes complications in the African American and Hispanic communities in eastside and southwest Detroit.
Links found here are to websites that provide introductory information on diabetes, statistics, and/or related topics.
NOAH about Diabetes
Find information about diabetes and links to many, many other resources.
Diabetes Information from the American Diabetes Association
Information is divided into the following sections: general information, high-risk groups, information for the newly diagnosed, living with diabetes, and researching your diabetes.
HealthSite: Diabetes Center
Colorado HealthSite (CHS) provides general information on diabetes, with links to pages covering medication, support services, and new developments in treatment and research. You can also submit questions to diabetes health care professionals.
in Hispanic Americans from the NIDDK
This resource provides information on diabetes that is specifically related to the Hispanic American population.
Overview from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and
Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)
Information includes topics such as what diabetes is, who gets it, its scope and impact, diabetes management, and more.
A statistical view of diabetes provided by National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Gives prevalence, incidence, cost, and mortality statistics.
Questions About Diabetes, from the CDC
Extensive information about diabetes is provided in a question/answer format.
From the CDC’s
Health Topics: Diabetes
A comprehensive overview of Diabetes.
Information and links specific to diabetes, covering a wide ranges of topics. All sources are from the Federal Government or related agencies.
Find information and links to information on diabetes including disease management, nutrition, coping, treatment, clinical trials, and much more.
Diabetes Association Journals
A listing of the American Diabetes Association’s professional journals. Provides selected, full-text access to diabetes-related journals such as Diabetes, Diabetes Care, Diabetes Spectrum, and Clinical Diabetes. A link to ADA’s diabetes bookstore is also available.
“This dictionary of diabetes terms defines words that are often used when talking or writing about diabetes, designed for people who have diabetes and their families and friends.” Provided by the NIDDK.
Provides full-text access to the Diabetes Mentor, 79 pages of information for people with diabetes and their families.
Take Time To Care...About Diabetes
Links to tips for healthy living, including exercise, weight loss, shopping, recipes, etc. Has sections for special populations (e.g., African Americans, Hispanic Americans, men, women). Mostly English, but some Spanish also. Sponsored by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration Office of Women's Health, but not for women only!
Diabetes Slide Share
National Diabetes Education Program
Free information to prevent Diabetes.
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