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TWS Publication Network


Embarazo y diabetes
Pregnancy & Diabetes
Photonovel

Many women feel worried and concerned when they first told that  they have gestational diabetes.

This photonovel reassures women and their families as they learn what they can do during and after pregnancy to take care of themselves and their baby.

See FAQs for details.

               Teach-With Stories 
             Publication Network

The Teach-With-Stories Network is an innovative way to help communities gain greater access to quality health education. Be part of our Network to promote healthy Latino families who are engaged and informed.

When we launch the TWS Publication Network™, you will be able to order hard copies of the Pregnancy & Diabetes photonovel and our prenatal care photonovels over the internet. Pay only for shipping & handling.
Sponsorships and advertising will pay for printing.  

Join the TWS PUBLICATION NETWORK Today!

SIGN UP NOW on our website to pre-order a year's supply of this photonovel while supplies last.

    Enter Pre-Launch Special OFFER code: LGDP8
                            Limited Time Only.

                Help spread the word!

Do you know organizations, associations, on-line networks, list serves, newsletters that could help reach those who serve Latinas with gestational diabetes?

Share this website link with people you know or
contact us with your ideas! 




 What kind of sponsors and advertising will be included?
  • Advertising and coupons for practical goods and services for pregnant women and their families and for people with diabetes. 
  • Advertising not included: Products that pregnant women and those with diabetes should avoid.

                                                    A First Step
The Pregnancy & Diabetes photonovel embodies the TWS spirit and principles which makes it a fitting story to launch the TWS Publication Network.

This is only the beginning of what we can create together to support and sustain the wholeness and wellness of individuals and communities!

Financial Support
National Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities provided funding for the development of the free publication network prototype through an NIH Phase I Small Business Innovations Research (SBIR) grant (# 1R43MD002713-01).
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