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Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention - Leading the effort to treat and prevent diabetes in American Indians and Alaska Natives



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A River Runs Through Us: Inspirations of Wellness A River Runs Through Us: Inspirations of Wellness

244-page spiral bound, full-color book is a collection of wise words and photos of Native Americans and Alaska Natives from around the country.  Includes quotes from members of the Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention's Tribal Leaders Diabetes Committee . Great positive role modeling tool. 
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Diabetes Support Gift Diabetes Support Gift

Give this gift to a family member who has diabetes as a way to show you care! Or order it for yourself! Contains two issues of Health for Native Life magazine, Using Our Wit and Wisdom to Live Well with Diabetes audio book CD set, and A River Runs Through Us inspirations book. 
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Patients/Clients General Diabetes
Eagle Book Series Eagle Book Series

Set of 4 Eagle Books for pre-school through grade school children, beautifully illustrated with Native American characters and wise animals. These books inspire and encourage young readers to find joy in physical activity, eating healthy foods, and learning about health and diabetes prevention.  A teachers guide entitled The Eagle Book Series: A Guide for
Educators and Communities
is also available on the catalog.  
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Eagle Book Series

Exercise

Nutrition
Happy & Healthy ABCs Happy & Healthy ABCs

66-page, full-color, spiral-bound book for preschool age children gives health tips using the alphabet. Full of photos of children role modeling healthy behaviors such as being active every day, brushing teeth, eating foods of all colors, and being kind. “Quick Tips for Parents and Educators” section gives more information.  
Book/Journal Youth

Youth Educators
Diabetes Prevention
Hummingbird's Squash Hummingbird's Squash

394-page novel for preteens and teens, Hummingbird’s Squash continues the story of the Coyote and The Turtle’s Dream characters which orginated from the set of 4 Eagle Books. In this book, Hummingbird pursues an ambitious plan to grow healthy foods that will help the community prevent type 2 diabetes. As the book progresses, she learns what it means to embrace all of one’s relatives and honor the wisdom of ancestors. Features captivating drawings and a glossary. 
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Eagle Book Series

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The Trickster of Two Rabbit Mountain The Trickster of Two Rabbit Mountain

369-page novel is the third of a trilogy, for preteens and teens. It continues the story of Rain, Boomer, Hummingbird and Simon, as they venture to a southern Indian reservation. Readers meet two new characters, Sigigi, a young man of the “Little People,” and “the Two Rabbit,” a comical storyteller. The story reinforces health messages from the first two novels. It also encourages readers to appreciate the benefits and challenges of learning another language.  
Book/Journal Youth

Youth Educators
Diabetes Prevention
Blood Glucose Pattern Control  – A Guide For People Who Use Insulin Blood Glucose Pattern Control – A Guide For People Who Use Insulin

36-page booklet explains what blood glucose pattern control is and how to achieve it. Explains carbohydrate counting/portions, physical activity, and insulin dosing/adjusting. Also includes a "Blood Glucose, Food and Activity Record" to photocopy.

 
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Blood Glucose
Diabetes and Oral Pills Diabetes and Oral Pills

16-page basic booklet providing information on how different oral pills are used to help control blood sugar. Easy to read.  
Booklet/Brochure Patients/Clients Medication
Eye Damage Eye Damage "Retinopathy"

16-page basic booklet that defines retinopathy. It also explains the risk factors for developing retinopathy and ways to prevent and treat it. Easy to read. 
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Eyes
Gestational Diabetes - How to Have a Healthy Baby Gestational Diabetes - How to Have a Healthy Baby

24-page basic booklet that defines gestational diabetes, and how to stay healthy if you have it. It also talks about the risk for developing diabetes after giving birth, and how to lower the risk for diabetes. Easy to read. 
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Pregnancy
How to Have A Healthy Heart How to Have A Healthy Heart

16-page basic booklet explains the risk factors for heart disease and ways to reduce the risks. Easy to read.  
Booklet/Brochure Patients/Clients Heart
Introduction to Insulin Introduction to Insulin

18-page booklet that contains information on blood sugar, insulin, how to check blood sugar, and low blood sugar and how to treat it.  
Booklet/Brochure Patients/Clients Medication
Kidney Damage Kidney Damage "Nephropathy"

16-page basic booklet on nephropathy. Describes kidney function, causes and signs of kidney damage, what can be done to delay kidney damage, dialysis treatment, and kidney transplants. Easy to read.  

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General Diabetes

Kidney
Taking Care of Your Kidneys Taking Care of Your Kidneys

16-page basic booklet explains how kidneys work, causes of kidney infections, signs of bladder and kidney infections, and prevention and treatment of kidney damage. Easy to read. 
Booklet/Brochure Elders

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Kidney
What Does It Mean for Me?  CKD Brochure What Does It Mean for Me? CKD Brochure

12-page, full-color brochure explains Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in simple terms.  It includes brief information on CKD causes, test, medicines, and dialysis. It lists ways to eat and drink that help slow down the progression of CKD.   
Booklet/Brochure Patients/Clients Kidney
Balancing Your Food Choices: Nutrition and Diabetes Balancing Your Food Choices: Nutrition and Diabetes

108-page supplemental curriculum that focuses on nutrition and diabetes, designed to be used with the Balancing Your Life and Diabetes (BYLD) Curriculum. Eight teaching sessions include in-depth information on nutrition and diabetes with handout visuals. Designed for you to print the pages and tab labels, and assemble in a binder for easy use.  
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Nutrition
Balancing Your Life and Diabetes  Balancing Your Life and Diabetes

208-page curriculum provides basic information about type 2 diabetes and diabetes self-care. Twelve teaching sessions with handout visuals to be used by health professionals to provide diabetes education in a one-on-one or group setting.  Designed for you to print the pages and tab labels, and assemble in a binder for easy use.                                 
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General Diabetes
Beautiful Beginnings: Pregnancy and Diabetes Beautiful Beginnings: Pregnancy and Diabetes

106-page supplemental curriculum that focuses on pregnancy and diabetes, designed to be used with the Balancing Your Life and Diabetes (BYLD) Curriculum. Seven teaching sessions include in-depth information on pre-gestational and gestational diabetes with handout visuals. Designed for you to print the pages and tab labels, and assemble in a binder for easy use. 
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Pregnancy
Honor the Gift of Food Honor the Gift of Food

308-page CD curriculum designed to be used in the home and contains lesson plans, activities, and low-fat, low-sugar recipes. It provides basic food cooking and nutrition information for beginner cooks and those on limited budgets. Health professionals working in American Indian/Alaska Native communities can use the curriculum in one-on-one or classroom settings.  Commodity foods can be used in any of these recipes. Print pages and assemble in binder for easy use.  

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Using Our Wit and Wisdom to Live Well with Diabetes Using Our Wit and Wisdom to Live Well with Diabetes

Three audio CD set of the book written by Barbara Mora (Paiute/Dine), recorded by the author, complete with audio effects and flute music played by Bob Mora, the author's husband. Barbara talks about her emotional journey with diabetes, and how she battled with denial and depression before learning how to take care of herself and live a joyful life. A valuable inspirational tool for those newly diagnosed with diabetes, those in denial or depressed because of diabetes, and health care providers wanting to better understand the emotional impact of a diabetes diagnosis.  
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Behavioral Health

General Diabetes
Youth Staying Healthy: A Diabetes Prevention Curriculum for Youth ages 8-12  Youth Staying Healthy: A Diabetes Prevention Curriculum for Youth ages 8-12

CD ROM contains PDF pages of the 314-page curriculum in 8 teaching sessions to be used by health care professionals to provide diabetes prevention education to youth ages 8-12 and their family members in one-on-one or group settings.  

CD Youth Educators General Diabetes
Youth Staying Healthy: A Type 2 Diabetes Curriculum for Teens Youth Staying Healthy: A Type 2 Diabetes Curriculum for Teens

CD ROM contains PDF pages of the 631-page curriculum in 15 teaching sessions to be used by health care professionals to provide diabetes education to youth ages 13-18 and their family members in one-on-one or group settings.  
CD Youth Educators Diabetes Prevention
DETS Curriculum: A Balancing Act: Preventing Diabetes (Grades 7-8, Science) DETS Curriculum: A Balancing Act: Preventing Diabetes (Grades 7-8, Science)

226-page curriculum (fifth of a 7-volume set) for grades 5-6 focusing on Science. Goals of this curriculum is to increase individual, community, scientific knowledge of health, and diabetes by maintaining life in balance.    

Curriculum Youth Educators DETS

Diabetes Prevention
DETS Curriculum: All Life Is Connected: Lifestyle, Environment, and Diabetes (Grades 5-6, Social Studies) DETS Curriculum: All Life Is Connected: Lifestyle, Environment, and Diabetes (Grades 5-6, Social Studies)

156-page curriculum (third of a 7-volume set) for grades 5-6 focusing on Social Studies. Goals of this curriculum is to increase individual, community, scientific knowledge of health, and diabetes by maintaining life in balance.  

Curriculum Youth Educators DETS
DETS Curriculum: Diabetes and American Indian/Alaska Native Health (Grades 9-12, Health) DETS Curriculum: Diabetes and American Indian/Alaska Native Health (Grades 9-12, Health)

170-page curriculum (sixth of a 7-volume set) for grades 9-12 focusing on Health. Goals of this curriculum is to increase individual, community, scientific knowledge of health, and diabetes by maintaining life in balance.  

Curriculum Youth Educators DETS
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