Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Fact Sheet
Be Smart About Your Heart. Control the ABCs of Diabetes: A1C, Blood Pressure, and CholesterolThis two-color two-fold brochure explains the link between diabetes and heart disease and encourages people with diabetes to take action to control the ABCs of diabetes: A1C, blood pressure, and cholesterol (published 11/01). First 25 copies free. Each additional package of 25, $5. Limit 2 packages. Commercial printer-ready Zip cartridges or CDs available. Call 1-800-860-8747.
If You Have Diabetes, Take Care of Your Heart (Si Tiene Diabetes, Cuide Su Corazon)An easy-to read, bilingual brochure that explains the link between diabetes and heart disease for Hispanic and Latino Americans. This illustrated brochure encourages patients to take steps to control not only their blood glucose (sugar) levels, but also their blood pressure and cholesterol. A detachable wallet card allows patients to track these target numbers (published 09/02). First 25 copies free. Each additional package of 25, $5. Commercial printer-ready Zip cartridges or CDs available. Call 1-800-860-8747.
Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your DiabetesThis patient education flyer tells people with diabetes about the links between diabetes and heart disease and encourages them to manage their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol. Each flyer has a record form to enable people with diabetes to keep track of their numbers and work with their health care providers to reach their target goals. The flyer is printer-ready for black or color printers. First 25 copies free. Each additional package of 25, $5. Limit 2 packages. Commercial printer-ready Zip cartridges or CDs available. Call 1-800-860-8747
American Heart Association “The Heart of Diabetes” CampaignThe Heart of Diabetes SM: Understanding Insulin Resistance is a national education and awareness campaign targeting people with type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, and related cardiovascular risks. The American Heart Association developed this multi-faceted program to help control cardiovascular disease in people with type 2 diabetes and bring about a greater understanding of insulin resistance.