To find general information and resources on diabetes, scroll down this page. To find specific topics or information see the following pages:

National Diabetes Education Program

DHHS. National Institutes of Health; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Resources and information include:

Diabetes Public Health Resource

DHHS. CDC. NCCDPH. Division of Diabetes Translation.

Supports public health-oriented diabetes prevention and control programs and translates diabetes research findings into widespread clinical and public health practice.

MedlinePlus: Diabetes

DHHS. NIH. National Library of Medicine.

Diabetes Basics

American Diabetes Association.

Information and tips on the prevention and management of Type 1, Type 2, and Gestational Diabetes.

Diabetes and CAM: A Focus on Dietary Supplements

DHHS. NIH. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Provides links to information on dietary supplements and other complementary and alternative medicine practices, including herbals.

Diabetes Risk Test

American Diabetes Association.

Also in Spanish (PDF|134 KB).

Diabetes Mellitus

Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy.

Ask the Dietitian - Diabetes

Ask the Dietitian.

Type 1 Diabetes Fact Sheet

DHHS. National Institutes of Health.

Provides statistics and the status of current research and knowledge on Type 1 diabetes. Also discusses possible future discoveries in Type 1 diabetes prevention and management.

African Americans and Diabetes

DHHS. NIH. National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse.

Find a fact sheet about African Americans with diabetes and a press release about the frequency of pre-diabetes.

Ten Ways African Americans Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes (PDF | 42 KB)

DHHS. NIDDK. National Diabetes Education Program.

Hispanics/Latinos and Diabetes

DHHS. NIH. National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse.

Links to fact sheets and other resources on diabetes in Hispanic and Latino Americans including Spanish language versions.

Ten Ways Hispanics/Latinos Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

DHHS. NIDDK. National Diabetes Education Program.