Are You at Risk for Diabetes? Stacey Kendrick talks with Wanda Snead, DrHSc, from the Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism about Diabetes. Learn about risk factors for diabetes, how to reduce your risk, warning signs to look for and more by listening to this discussion.
Diabetes can lead to serious health problems. Find out if you are at risk by taking a quiz and how Health Plus can help.
Diabetes Awareness and Prevention, Part 1 In the first of a two part series, Dr. Malanie Swift, the Medical Director of Occupational Health, speaks with Dr. Tom Elasy, Medical Director of the Vanderbilt Eskind Diabetes Center to explore the reasons for Diabetes and how individuals can reduce their risk of developing this disease.
Diabetes Awareness and Prevention, Part 2 In the second of a two part series, Dr. Swift, the Medical Director of Occupational Health, speaks with Dr. Tom Elasy, Medical Director of the Vanderbilt Eskind Diabetes Center to how individuals can reduce their risk of developing diabetes and how to your blood sugar over the holidays. Listen...
Diabetes Prevention: You CAN Reduce Your Risk Dr. Tom Elasy, Director of the Center for Diabetes Tranlational Research and Director of the Division of General Internal Medicine and Public Health, talks with Laura Osterman about diabetes prevention. Additional Resources: Vanderbilt Eskind Diabetes Center American Diabetes Association Juvenile Diabetes Resource Foundation National Diabetes Education Program Begin...
Individual Goals + Group Support = Happy, Healthy People Emma Mills talks to a group of female staff in the Occupational Health Clinic about their success in embracing healthy lifestyles in a fun and supportive way. The group gives tips for individual success, activities to do as a together, and how to have fun with food without packing on the calories.
Keep track of your blood pressure, weight and body mass index at locations on and off the main Vanderbilt campus.
Dr. William Russell, Vanderbilt's Director of the Division of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes, joins Stacey Bonner, Family Services Coordinator, to speak on Type 1 Diabetes.
Knowing your waist size can give you important information about your health risks. Too much abdominal fat may put you at high risk.