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NIDDK 15h
In this week's episode, learn why it's essential to make sure your child takes their medicines as prescribed, at the right time and the right dose.
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NIDDK 18h
In this post, discusses recent research on popular diets and how to advise patients about consuming healthier foods and drinks.
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NIDDK 20h
Many people who have diabetes need help paying for their care. Learn about health insurance plans that cover people with diabetes and find options that may help with paying for medication and supplies.
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NCI Behavior Science (BRP) Nov 30
Tune in on Dec. 10 at 12pm ET for a trans-divisional webinar to hear two experts review the data on factors that increase the risk and adverse outcomes of in individuals with obesity. Learn more and register:
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NIDDK Nov 30
Join us on Tuesday, December 8, to learn about our STEP-UP program for undergraduate students interested in biomedical research. Find out more and register here:
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NIDDK Nov 30
How can parents/caregivers help youth who have diabetes? Follow these tips. - Manage blood glucose levels - Encourage healthy habits - Seek mental health support - Monitor for diabetes complications - Stay prepared for emergencies
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NIDDK Nov 30
If you have diabetes, you may be eligible for lower out-of-pocket costs in 2021. Changes to Part D could allow you to pay a maximum of $35 co-pay for a month’s supply of insulin. Find plans in your area that offer this benefit:
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NIDDK Nov 30
Parents and caregivers can help youth who have diabetes delay or prevent other serious health problems by keeping blood glucose levels near normal. NIDDK's Dr. William Cefalu explains more on .
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NIDDK Nov 26
Happy Thanksgiving! We wish you all a happy and healthy holiday.
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NIH NHLBI Nov 23
NHLBI’s Director, Dr. Gary H. Gibbons, and 's Director, Dr. Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable, share the importance of inclusive research to :
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NIDDK Nov 25
: An NIDDK report showed a 37% mortality rate increase for people receiving dialysis early in the COVID-19 pandemic compared to the same time span from the last 3 years. Learn more, and see more new kidney data:
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NIDDK Nov 25
: Learn how you can guide families in naivigating the transition of roles and fostering adult responsibility in adolescents who have diabetes.
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NIDDK Nov 24
Sleep 😴 is often overlooked as a factor for managing diabetes in youth. Dr. Sarah S. Jaser of discusses the consequences of insufficient sleep in adolescents with type 1 diabetes on the .
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NIDDK Nov 24
This National , we're sharing ways to support and take care of children and teens who have diabetes.
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NIDDK Nov 24
In 2000, Dr. Harvey Alter was awarded the Albert Lasker Award for Clinical Medical Research for his efforts that led to the discovery of the virus that causes hepatitis C. His work led to the virtual elimination of hepatitis acquired through the blood supply.
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Veterans Health Nov 23
Dr. Anthony Fauci and Jerome Adams invite you to join VA’s COVID-19 clinical trials for vaccines and treatments.
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NIDDK Nov 23
ICYMI: The SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth study found that today's youth and young adults with diabetes in the U.S. are not demonstrating improved glycemic control compared to their counterparts from years past. Find out more on the .
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NIDDK Nov 23
may have changed your holiday plans but there are still ways to celebrate the season safely. Here are five holiday planning tips from :
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NIDDK Nov 23
One way for parents and caregivers to encourage healthy habits in their kids is to practice those habits together!
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NIH Nov 20
has expanded the -UP program research network with grants to 20 new institutions across the U.S. This brings total funding to $283M+ for projects that enable and enhance testing among underserved and/or vulnerable populations.
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