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This website is extremely interactive and useful to patients and health care students and providers. It contains podcasts of NIH Research Radio broadcasts. These broadcasts cover the latest information about NIH research findings, highlights of press conferences, and health campaigns in 20- to 30-minute radio broadcasts every 2...
This website is extremely interactive and useful to patients and health care students and providers. It contains podcasts of NIH Research Radio broadcasts. These broadcasts cover the latest information about NIH research findings, highlights of press conferences, and health campaigns in 20- to 30-minute radio broadcasts every 2 weeks. There are quizzes to test knowledge about diabetes and its complications. It contains a link to interactive slideshow tutorials designed to educate patients about different diabetes related diseases and medical procedures. There are 1 hour long pre-recorded webcasts of surgical procedures related to diabetes complications that are of actual operations performed at medical centers in the United States since January 2004. Prevention and wellness tools are available in the form of interactive resources that will help you to properly monitor your health through diet and exercise and stay healthy.
Technical Requirements: Processor: 266 MHz Intel Pentium II processor or equivalent Memory (RAM): 64 MB of RAM Internet Connection: Broadband (DSL, cable, wireless, satellite or powerline high-speed internet connections) Sound Card: 16-bit sound card and speakers Digital Media Player: Windows Media Player® 6.4 or RealPlayer® 10 Operating System: Windows® XP, 2000, 98, NT 4.0, or Mac OS