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Bright Futures (n.a.). Resource Type: Toolkit. Resource Topic: Clinical Issues. Resource Subtopic: Diabetes. Keywords: Obesity. Developed by: American Academy of Pediatrics (See other resources developed by this organization). More Details...

Calories, Cavities, and Kids: The Role of Dental Professionals in Addressing Childhood Obesity (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Resource Topic: Clinical Issues. Resource Subtopic: Diabetes, Oral Health, Behavioral Health. Keywords: Obesity. Developed by: National Network for Oral Health Access (See other resources developed by this organization). More Details...

Childhood Obesity Prevention Program Implementation Guide (n.a.). Resource Type: Publication. Resource Topic: Clinical Issues. Resource Subtopic: Diabetes, Behavioral Health. Keywords: Obesity. Developed by: MHP Salud (See other resources developed by this organization). More Details...

Comprendiendo y Abordando la Diabetes en tu Comunidad: Una Guía Rápida para los Promotores(as) de Salud (2019). Resource Type: other. Resource Topic: Clinical Issues. Resource Subtopic: Diabetes. Developed by: MHP Salud (See other resources developed by this organization). More Details...

Diabetes Food Hub (n.a.). Resource Type: Patient Material. Resource Topic: Clinical Issues. Resource Subtopic: Diabetes, Behavioral Health. Keywords: Nutrition. Developed by: American Diabetes Association (See other resources developed by this organization). More Details...

Diabetes Improvement Toolkit (2017). Resource Type: Toolkit. Resource Topic: Clinical Issues, Health Information Technology (HIT)/Data, Quality Improvement. Resource Subtopic: Diabetes, Research and Data. Developed by: HITEQ (See other resources developed by this organization). More Details...

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