All Media Interviews (2011)

TV, print, online, and more

U.S. News & World Report (health.usnews.com). Interviewed by Dennis Thompson in “Obesity, Diabetes Pose 1-2 Threat to Young Americans” about using physical activity for prevention of diabetes in overweight youth, December 30, 2011

Philly.com. Interviewed by Dennis Thompson in “Obesity, Diabetes Pose 1-2 Threat to Young Americans” about using physical activity for prevention of diabetes in overweight youth, December 30, 2011

Diabetic Living. Interviewed by Winnie Yu Scherer for sidebar about the benefits of exercise for people with diabetes, November 2011

Health Monitor.com. Interviewed by Katie Alberts in “Easy stress busters: Healthy holiday survival secrets,” November 2011

Women's Health (www.womenshealthmag.com). Interviewed by Sushma Subramanian in “Cut your diabetes risk” in online sidebar about steps to take to prevent type 2 diabetes, November 2011

Homewatch Caregivers.com. Interviewed by Mindy Sink in “Diabetes & Fitness” about diabetes and fitness for caregivers and partners of patients, November 11, 2011

Diabetes Monitor. Interviewed by Cheryl Alkon in “Get fit, get active, get blue: The Big Blue Test” about the importance of exercise for people with diabetes on World Diabetes Day, November 10, 2011

Diabetic Living. Interviewed by Eric Butterman about the importance and benefits of self-monitoring of blood glucose by people with diabetes, 8(4):42, Winter 2011

WebMD. Interviewed for a new series of WebMD videos about diabetes (excerpts in "Diabetes and Fitness" and in "Diabetes and the Heart"), Posted September 23, 2011

Men's Health (www.menshealth.com). Interviewed by Kasey Panetta in "Sit on this bench, Prevent diabetes" about new research on muscle mass and diabetes prevention and how to retain the most muscle mass, August 3, 2011

Disney Family.com. Interviewed by Jacqueline Tourville in "People in the Know: Easing into Exercise" about physical fitness and getting active for kids with type 1 diabetes who do not like organized sports, August 2011

Disney Family.com. Interviewed by Stacy Lu in "In the spotlight: Birthday parties and classroom parties" about children with type 1 diabetes and participation in parties, August 2011

Forefront magazine. Featured in publication highlighting important research discoveries of the American Diabetes Association Research Foundation, 8(1): 8, July 2011

Transforming Diabetes. Interviewed by Heather Nielsen Clute and Dr. Jeff Horacek on a 30-minute internet radio show on PAGATIM.FM (available as podcast) about why exercise is so critical for people with diabetes to live well, June 8, 2011

Nutrition Action Health Letter. Interviewed by Bonnie Liebman in “Decoding Diabetes” about benefits of aerobic and resistance exercise for diabetes prevention and management, June 2011

Physician's Weekly (www.physiciansweekly.com) magazine. Interviewed by Keith D'Oria about what physicians need to know about the diabetes and exercise position statement (primary feature article), May 2011

Diabetes Discourse on ReachMD.com (www.reachmd.com). Interviewed by Dr. Steve Edelman on ReachMD's XM 160 about the new position statement on exercise and type 2 diabetes, February 7, 2011

AARP Bulletin. Interviewed by John Hanc in "A new prescription for diabetes: Exercise guidelines to help fight the disease" about the new exercise guidelines for individuals with type 2 diabetes, February 1, 2011

WebMD (www.webmd.com) newspaper. Interviewed by Denise Mann in "Taking 10,000 steps a day may lower diabetes risk" about daily step counts, insulin sensitivity, and adiposity, January 14, 2011


Diabetes Self-Management (www.diabetesselfmanagement.com). Interviewed by Diane Fennell in “New exercise guidelines for type 2 diabetes” about exercise and type 2 diabetes, January 11, 2011​

Clinical Endocrinology. Interviewed by Jennie Smith in article about recent joint ACSM and ADA position statement on exercise and type 2 diabetes, January 2011

Endocrine Today. Interviewed by Melissa Foster in "Position statement advocates physical activity for patients with type 2 diabetes," January 2011

 

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