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NIDDK Health Information News May 2016 - Share Health with the Women You Love

NIDDK Health Information News May 2016 - Share Health with the Women You Love

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This week is National Women's Health Week!

May 10, 2016
NIDDK Health Information News
Promoting Health
Sharing important health information with the women we love seems appropriate in May, when we celebrate Mother’s Day and National Women’s Health Week. The NIDDK has a wide variety of resources for women of all ages and stages of life, including:
It’s Never Too Early...To Prevent Diabetes
Women with a history of gestational diabetes, or diabetes that develops during pregnancy, have a 35 to 60 percent chance of developing diabetes—mostly type 2—in the next 10 to 20 years; and their children may have a greater chance of developing obesity and type 2 diabetes. If you had gestational diabetes, find out what you can do to prevent diabetesin the future.
What You Should Know about Bladder Control 
Leaking urine is a common health problem for women of all ages. Find out what causes bladder control problems in women and what treatments are available.
Walking: A Step in the Right Direction
Walking is a low-cost, low-impact activity that you can do with family and friends. Find tips for a walking plan to keep you active.
In the News
Shedding Light on Weight Loss Challenges

If you’ve tried to lose weight and keep it off, you probably know how challenging that can be. In a newly published study, NIDDK researcher and lead study scientist Dr. Kevin Hall explains why most of the participants in the hit reality TV show “The Biggest Loser” regained much of the weight they lost within 6 years. Listen to Dr. Hall explain the study and weight loss on CNN.
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