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    1100 West 49th Street
    Austin, TX 78756

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Texas Diabetes Council

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Texas Diabetes Council Radio Public Service Announcements

The radio public service announcements below focus on the prevention of type 2 diabetes and its complications. Messages include information on pre-diabetes, risk factors for diabetes, preventing diabetes through physical activity and healthy eating, and complications of diabetes. 

Spanish PSAs feature the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) campaign theme Prevengamos la diabetes tipo 2. Paso a Paso (Prevent type 2 diabetes. Step by Step).

mp3Click on titles below to hear each PSA (MP3 files, file information):

 

  ENGLISH
arrow Step by Step (Preventing Type 2 Diabetes - 937 kb) (text)
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Preventing Type 2 Diabetes (471 kb) (text)
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Risk Factors (471 kb) (text)
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Pre-Diabetes (471 kb) (text)
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Complications (471 kb) (text)
 
SPANISH
arrow Paso a Paso (Preventing Type 2 Diabetes - 938 kb) (text)
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Preventing Type 2 Diabetes (471 kb) (text)
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Risk Factors (471 kb) (text)
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Pre-Diabetes (471 kb) (text)
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Complications (471 kb) (text)

 


More Diabetes Public Service Announcements:

» PSAs from the National Diabetes Education Program

» PSAs from the American Diabetes Association

» Save Their Kidneys Campaign
Source: The Texas Department of State Health Services, in collaboration with the Texas Renal Coalition and the Chronic Kidney Disease Task Force

»Managing Diabetes - It's not easy, but it's worth it.
Source: National Diabetes Education Program


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» The Texas Diabetes Council, a national leader in setting standards of care for people who have or are at risk for diabetes, continues to update treatment algorithms for health care professionals. To view available treatment algorithms, see Minimum Standards for Diabetes Care in Texas.

»Check out the latest issue of Texas Diabetes, the Newsletter of the Texas Diabetes Council.

Last updated August 01, 2011