The Diabetes Center at UCSF offers a multi-disciplinary clinical team approach to caring for diabetes, with an emphasis on patient education in avoiding complications. The center participates in innovative basic and clinical research to prevent, treat and cure diabetes, and provides resources, classes and seminars on managing diabetes. The website includes updates on research and clinical care, and biographies of clinical faculty.
The American Diabetes Association site focuses on living with diabetes, with information on nutrition and recipes, weight loss, exercise, prevention, and research. There are links to advocacy resources and local community programs and events.
This resource produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention brings together current diabetes research with daily practices to reduce diabetes. The site features frequently asked questions, news and education resources, and research data and trends.
This site provides publications and educational materials on diabetes prevention and management for health care professionals, schools, businesses, and organizations. Materials are available in a variety of languages including Spanish and Asian and Pacific Islander languages.
Produced by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), this site offers information about diabetes treatment and complications, clinical trials and research, clinical practice guidelines, and research reports in English and Spanish.