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Sugar Shock Fact: Not all people with diabetes need insulin
Sugar Shock Fact: If you have type 2 diabetes, you may not need insulin. According to the CDC, only 14% of adults use insulin alone, 13% use insulin and oral medication, 57% take oral medication only, and 16% control blood sugar with diet and exercise alone. Do you want to learn more about diabetes education and support classes? A diabetes self-management class may be for you. To find a program near you click on a county by using this interactive map: go.usa.gov/xpRcJ
Sugar Shock: Sugar Doesn't Cause Diabetes
November is American Diabetes Month and it is time for another Sugar Shock Fact: Sugar doesn't cause diabetes. The key is moderation and management. Consuming too much sugar (sugary foods and drinks) can make people put on weight, which make a person's chance of getting type 2 diabetes greater. Could you have prediabetes? Take the test.
Press Release: For breastfeeding to succeed, parents need support
The WIC Program - Alabama recognizes August as Breastfeeding Awareness Month. This month is about the importance of support from health professionals, employers, public health, families and communities to empower parents for successful #breastfeeding.
Ethics in the Age of Social Media
The rise of social media has changed everything, including our ideas about privacy and boundaries. ALPHTN's webcast "Ethics in the Age of Social Media" will explore the benefits and concerns of using social media. Watch it live on Tuesday, May 7, beginning at 10 a.m. CST at alabamapublichealth.gov/alphtn.
Learn about arsenicals and the challenges faced by #FirstResponders and receivers in caring for victims of chemical exposure. Watch "Chemical Warfare: A Primer for First Responders & Receivers" live beginning at noon CST Friday, May 3, at alabamapublichealth.gov/alphtn. #ChemicalWarfare
On Demand April 17, 2019 | Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH)
Practicing cultural sensitivity makes for more effective patient care. For tips and best practices, watch ALPHTN's webcast "Patient Services: Focusing on Equity and Inclusion So Everyone Wins!" now available on demand at go.usa.gov/xmDZJ.
Improving cultural competency and understanding of disability and People First Language will help healthcare providers give better care to patients. Watch ALPHTN's webcast "Patient Services: Focusing on Equity and Inclusion So Everyone Wins!" live on April 17, beginning at 10 a.m. CST: go.usa.gov/xmTRs
News and Events | Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH)
The 100 Alabama Miles Challenge encourages Alabamians to kick-start an active, #healthy lifestyle while exploring our state's beautiful parks, trails, rivers and beaches. Learn more, including how to sign up for this year's Challenge, at go.usa.gov/xEmR5 #100ALmiles
SACPR Annual Spring Conference | Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH)
#SaveTheDate for the Southern Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Annual Spring Conference, schedule for April 5 at Baptist Medical Center in Montgomery. Find details and registration info at go.usa.gov/xEpjT.