Diabetes Forum Information Resources:
DIABETES MYTHS AND REALITIES
Diabetes cannot yet be cured, but it can be managed. This helpful resource separates the Myth from Reality with diabetes. Read more.
WHAT IS DIABETES? (.pdf)
Diabetes is a condition in which sugar levels in your blood are high. Sugar travels in your blood to all your body's cells. Learn more about Type and Type 2 diabetes with this helpful information guide.
TYPE 2 DIABETES AND INSULIN (.pdf)
Insulin is a hormone that helps sugar move from your blood into your cells. Click here to download information on how insulin helps Type 2 diabetes.
ASK. SCREEN. KNOW. (pocket brouchure .pdf)
Includes information about the Medicare screening benefit with access to a brochure and health recording tool to keep track of blood sugar numbers and more.
CHECKING BLOOD SUGAR and GLUCOSE LEVELS (.pdf)
Checking your blood sugar levels is one of the best ways to be sure your diabetes is under control. Click the link for a helpful brochure on when to check, and why.
DIABETES PATIENT RESOURCES
Helpful diabetes information resources from the American Diabetes Association, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Novo Nordisk, and others. Read more.
FOOT CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES (.pdf)
People with diabetes have to take special care of their feet. This document shows some things you can do to keep your feet healthy. Click to download.
GESTATIONAL DIABETES (.pdf)
Gestational diabetes is high blood sugar that develops during pregnancy. Click here to learn more.
If low blood sugar is not treated, it can cause you to pass out. You may even die. Click here to learn more about hypoglycemia.
LEG AND FEET EXERCISES (.pdf)
People with diabetes are more likely than otehrs to develop problems in their legs and feet. This document shows you some activities you can do to help keep them healthy. Click to download.
NOVO NORDISK DIABETES AND CHRONIC DISEASES QUARTERLY REPORT: (ISSUE 1: MARCH 2010 .pdf)
NOVO NORDISK DIABETES AND CHRONIC DISEASES QUARTERLY REPORT: (ISSUE 2: July 2010 .pdf)
NOVO NORDISK DIABETES AND CHRONIC DISEASES QUARTERLY REPORT: (ISSUE 3: OCTOBER 2010 .pdf)