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American Diabetes Association: "Brush and Floss," "Depression," "Diabetes and Oral Health Problems," "Exercise and Type 1 Diabetes," "Oral Health and Hygiene -- Frequently Asked Questions," "Physical Activity is Important," "Stress," "What We Recommend."
American Family Physician: "Foot Care for People with Diabetes."
American Heart Association: "Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes."
American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society: "Diabetic Foot Overview."
American Podiatric Medical Association: "Dos and Don'ts for Fabulous Feet."
Aquatic Exercise Association: "The Water Well."
Brooks, N. International Journal of Medical Science, 2006.
CDC: "National Diabetes Prevention Program."
Fruit & Veggies More Matters: "Fill Half Your Plate with Color."
Joslin Diabetes Center: "Diabetes and Yoga," "Exercises to Avoid When You Have Diabetes," "How to Improve the Insulin Injection Experience," "How to Treat A Low Blood Glucose."
National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse: "Hypoglycemia," "Prevent diabetes problems: Keep your mouth healthy."
National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research: " Periodontal (Gum) Disease: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments."
National Diabetes Education Program: "Know Your Diabetes ABCs."
Pedorthic Footcare Association: "Diabetes and Pedorthics."
National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse: "Pyelonephritis," "Urinary Tract Infections in Adults," "What I need to know about Urinary Tract Infections."
National Eye Institute: "Diabetic Retinopathy Defined."
National Diabetes Education Program: "The Link Between Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease."
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