The University of Florida/Lake County Extension Office will put on “Small Steps/Big Rewards,” a four-part series about preventing and delaying diabetes.
From March 31 through April 25, UF and UF Health will offer its benefits-eligible employees free screenings and workshops throughout campus and at UF Health locations in Gainesville. See the upcoming schedule and pre-register today!
The University of Florida Diabetes Center of Excellence, in conjunction with UF’s College of Medicine and other UF-affiliated program sponsors, hosts numerous events including research seminars with topics presented by investigators from around the United States and the world. We hope you will be able to join us for an upcoming event.
Did you know that 1 in 3 children in the United States face a future with diabetes? The Gators Step Out team will be walking and raising funds for the American Diabetes Association’s signature fundraising walk, Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes in Jacksonville on Nov. 10, 2012. Learn how you can be apart of the team, how you can donate, and more information about the event!
The Corey Brewer Back-to-Back Youth Basketball Camp for boys and girls ages 9 to 18 features lectures, player evaluations, basketball drills, games and education sessions led by Brewer and other coaches from Five Star Basketball, the camp’s sponsor. Learn More.
The NATCO Annual Meeting is the premier meeting where transplant and procurement practitioners join together to learn cutting-edge skills and collaborate with colleagues from all areas of their profession.
The iBGStar blood glucose meter has arrived. This new “micro” meter can be used on its own, or can be connected to an iPhone or iPod touch to manage and communicate blood glucose information.
Join an international group of diabetes clinicians, researchers, physicians, adults, children, and families with diabetes at the Children with Diabetes Friends for Life Conference, July 3 – 8, 2012 in Orlando, FL.
Some Members of Congress want to derail ongoing diabetes research and undermine proven prevention efforts despite the fact that a staggering 100+ million Americans either have or are at risk of developing diabetes.
The JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes draws people together in a healthy activity for a worthy cause, raising money to improve the lives of every person affected by T1D by accelerating progress on the most promising opportunities for curing, better treating, and preventing T1D. It's fun for families and builds camaraderie among company employees. Above all, it's an event you will feel good about being a part of.