Diabetes

Diabetes education through Michigan State University provides practical knowledge and skills to Michigan residents who are at risk of diabetes and for those who live with diabetes. Michigan citizens who are pre-diabetic will learn how to help prevent or delay the onset of Type 2 diabetes.  Residents living with Type 2 diabetes will learn ways to manage their condition successfully. Through education participants will be able to improve their behavior related to food consumption, physical activity, self-management, self-efficacy, health status and health care utilization.

For more information visit www.cdc.gov/diabetes

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  • March is National Nutrition Month

    March 1, 2015 | Pamela Daniels | Prepare for a healthier March.

  • Diabetes and foot care

    February 18, 2015 | Gretchen Stelter | Wound prevention is vital.

  • Sleep for the health of it

    February 16, 2015 | Christi Demitz | Not only does a good night’s rest feel great, it also plays a vital role in our health.

  • Diabetes, youth and gaming

    February 6, 2015 | Pamela Daniels | How gaming affects blood sugar.

  • What is diabulimia?

    February 4, 2015 | Pamela Daniels | Eating disorders and diabetes.

  • Diabetic grocery shopping – on a budget

    January 29, 2015 | Dawn Earnesty | Making healthy, diabetic friendly purchases without increasing the grocery bill.

  • Kidney disease tests

    January 28, 2015 | Cathy Newkirk | Several tests can be performed to determine if you are suffering from kidney disease.

  • HOT TOPICHave you had your flu shot?

    January 23, 2015 | Diana Fair | It’s not too late to still get a flu shot. Flu season typically runs from October until February, but influenza can be contracted at any time of the year.

  • Manage chronic conditions by making an action plan

    January 16, 2015 | Gretchen Stelter | Action plans can help you take care of yourself.

  • Eye health and diabetes

    January 15, 2015 | Diana Fair | “The Eyes are the window to your soul” is a quote by William Shakespeare that many of us are familiar with. This quote definitely applies to eye health and can be a window to your health status. Many physical conditions may be diagnosed during an eye exam.

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