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NIDDK Health Information News June 2016 - Celebrating the SuperMen in Your Life

NIDDK Health Information News June 2016 - Celebrating the SuperMen in Your Life

NIDDK Health Information News - June 2016

June 3, 2016
NIDDK Health Information News
Promoting Health
In June—the month of Father’s Day and Men’s Health Month—we acknowledge the importance of the men in our lives. Give the gift of health to celebrate our true heroes: fathers, grandfathers, spouses, brothers, partners, and friends. The NIDDK has up-to-date information on how to prevent, manage, and treat a wide range of health conditions and diseases affecting men, including:
Erectile Dysfunction (ED)Feelings of frustration, shame, and isolation often accompany the inability to get or maintain an erection. Learn about possible causes and treatments to start a conversation with your doctor.

Prostate Problems Did you know that any man can develop a prostate problem? Find out about common prostate problems, how to recognize symptoms, and what treatments are available.

Urinary Incontinence Loss of bladder control may seem like an embarrassing topic to discuss with your doctor, but it can be a symptom of other health concerns. Urinary Incontinence in Men has important information about the types of urinary incontinence and how to diagnose, treat, and prevent the condition.

Attention Men! Take Steps to Manage Your Diabetes for LifeAs we observe Men’s Health Month in June, the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) wants to remind men living with diabetes that they can take steps to manage their diabetes successfully to prevent or delay long-term health consequences, such as heart disease, strokekidney disease, and sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction.

Updated NDEP Resource Provides Tools to Improve Delivery of Diabetes CareNDEP has updated a web-based resource that provides models and processes of care delivery to transform and improve patient-centered diabetes care in various health care settings. Practice Transformation for Physicians and Health Care Teams is based on current, peer-reviewed literature and evidence-based clinical practice recommendations.

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