Potluck Puzzles: A Fun Diabetes Education Tool

| May 8, 2007

Remember the Highlights magazines that used to be in waiting rooms when you were a kid, full of mazes, crossword puzzles, words to unscramble, and connect-the-lines games? Potluck Puzzles are little booklets full of the same sort of fun, but the puzzles are all about diabetes.

Created by a registered dietitian to help educate her patients, they’re intended to teach people in a low-tech, enjoyable, and interactive way. Potluck Puzzle’s first two booklets address diabetes control and nutrition, with more to come shortly. Just like the old Highlights, they’d be an asset in a waiting room, or anywhere else you might need a simple and entertaining educational tool. For more information, visit www.potluckpuzzles.com.

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