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Turtle Island Meets the Caribbean: Historic Talks Unite Tribes and Cuba
In what was billed as Indian country’s first face-to-face with Cuba, a conference sponsored by the Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA) focused on empowering both g...
Battling Diabetes on Reservations: Bridging the Gap and Getting Healthy
Editor’s note: This is the second of two articles by the author—a healthcare specialist and former facility director at the Indian Health Service...
Cherokee Nation Donates More Than $450,000 to Volunteer Firefighters
The Cherokee Nation will present more than 120 area volunteer fire departments with checks totaling $451,500 at an annual appreciation banquet June 30 ight in Catoosa, Oklahoma...
An Aggressive Program in Portland Is Beating Back Diabetes
This story originally ran in The Oregonian and is being reprinted here with their kind permission. It was produced with the assistance of the Dennis A...
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Makes Managing And Preventing Diabetes a Community, Goal-Driven Effort
Type 2 Diabetes is one of the greatest health risks in the Native American community...
Cherokees Work Toward Weight Loss Goals to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes
The Cherokee Nation Diabetes Prevention Program (CNDPP), based in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, has serviced more than 10,000 people with diabetes since its inception in 2004...
The Special Diabetes Program: Providing Hope for People With Diabetes
Cathy Abramson and Isabel Burger
Making a Difference in Tribal Communities Across the Country, by Cathy Abramson
First ADA Native American Outreach Coordinator: Bridging Diabetes Education Among Tribes
When Kelly Concho-Hayes , Navajo and Acoma, speaks to American Indians about preventing and managing type 2 diabetes, she emphasizes her heritage and talks about her family, includ...
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