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Diabetes Audio and Video Resources


Woman walkingA Change for Life
National Diabetes Prevention Program video demonstrates how lifestyle change classes can help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by nearly 60% in people at high risk.

Blood Sugar and FearsBlood, Sugar and Fears
Offers simple steps that can prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.

Chickasaw PhotographChickasaw Nation
Features Videos for Diabetes Awareness Month.

Sesame StreetDiabetes and the Flu
Videos for the General Public

Dr. AlbrightDiabetes and the Flu
Videos for Health Care Professionals

Use of NSAIDS video thumbnailNSAIDs and Chronic Kidney Disease Video
shows new research that people with chronic kidney disease are continuing to use NSAIDs at the same rate as the general population.

Preserving vision video thumbnailPreserving Vision in Patients with Diabetes Video
talks about preserving vision in people with diabetes through early detection and timely treatment.

Eagle Books Videos

Knees Lifted HighKnees Lifted High
Gives children fun ideas for active outdoor play.

Plate Full of ColorPlate Full of Color
Teaches the value of eating a variety of colorful and healthy foods.

Through the Eyes of the EagleThrough The Eyes of The Eagle
Tells children about looking to the healthy ways and wisdom of their elders.

Tricky TreatsTricky Treats
Shows children the difference between healthy snacks and sweet treats.

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Eagle Books Educational Materials

Healthy Vision Podcast: An eye on independence

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