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|#9928/1420 DEPRESSION, DIABETES AND STRESS|
The program begins by defining stress, depression and diabetes and the influences they have on each other. Gives many helpful hints on how to manage and optimize diabetes control and a person's sense of well-being. "Positive" stresses are also included. Grades 9 to A
|#16223/1365 DIABETES BEING PREPARED FOR SICK DAYS AND EMERGENCIES|
This video helps people with diabetes plan ahead so they know what to do when they have an illness, infection, or injury. It covers what to eat or drink, supplies to keep on hand, and when to call the healthcare team. It explains ketoacidosis. It also covers how to prepare to manage diabetes during emergencies, like power outages, snow storms, hurricane evacuations and other unique situations
|#10274/0735 DIABETES: Lifetime Solutions (First Nations)|
Native North American communities are being ravaged by diabetes. It disables, it mutilates, it kills! What are the causes behind this disease? Why is it taking such a toll in the First Nations and what can individuals and communities and their governments do to curtail this devastation?
|#14862/0167 LEARNING AND UNDERSTANDING ABOUT DIABETES (Types I and II)|
In this educational animated video you will find the necessary information, presented in a simple and lively way, to better understand Diabetes, how it affects your body and what you can do to keep it under control.
|#16213/1945 LET'S TALK ABOUT DIABETES|
More young people have been diagnosed with diabetes than ever before. This live-action video program is designed to increase a student’s awareness of the disease by presenting information that will help them better understand diabetes and more importantly know the risk factors to prevent getting the disease. Colorful animation and vivid graphics help demonstrate how energy gets to your body’s cells, and the roles of the pancreas, glucose, blood and insulin. Student’s will understand step by step how the process should work, and then, how it works for a person with diabetes. The program explores the warning signs of diabetes and how new technologies can help treat the disease. In addition, children will learn how they can help lowering their risk of getting type 2 disease with healthy lifestyle choices such as eating healthy foods and exercising.Grades 7 to 12
|#15512/1420 NEW GESTATIONAL DIABETES|
Explains the causes of and risk factors for gestational diabetes, the associated health problems for both pregnant wmen and their infants, and how this condition can be managed through diet, medication, and exercise. Includes information about "Choose MyPlate", the U.S. government's new dietary guidelines.
|#15321/1420 OBESITY, TYPE 2 DIABETES AND CHOOSE MYPLATE|
Overview of the federal government's new food icon "myPlate" (which replaced MyPyramid) geared toward people who are obese, "pre-diabetic", or diagnoses with diabetes. Also provides information about general nutrition, diabetes, losing weight, taming portion sizes, and the benefits of physical activity.Grades 9 to A
|#16224/1365 PREVENTING LONG TERM COMPLICATIONS OF DIABETES|
This video explains that over time having too much glucose in the blood can cause damage to both large and small blood vessels, leading to complications like atherosclerosis, heart disease, kidney disease, eye disease and neuropathy. The program helps people with diabetes learn that by following a self-management plan they can minimize or even prevent these long term complications.
|#13353/0545 UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING TYPE 2 DIABETES|
With diabetes on the rise around the world - and with the type 2 strain afflicting up to 90 percent of the diabetic population - the need for greater awareness and working knowledge has also risen. This is a valuable learning resource for nursing students, clinical nurses, and support staff delivering hands-on care.
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