Read Diabetes Health in Spanish and Dozens of Other Languages!

Spread the word that Diabetes Health is the best diabetes information source in any language

| Jan 13, 2009

Now you can read Diabetes Health in over 30 languages! Look for the Google Translate button in the left-hand navigational column on any of our pages. You can translate the text on the page by clicking the language of your choice in the drop-down menu.

So call your parents in the mother country and invite them to read Diabetes Health online in the language of their choice. Tell your friends, your relatives, and your relatives' friends. With over 5000 articles online at www.diabeteshealth.com, there's a wealth of diabetes information available for free in over 30 languages.

Bear in mind that Google Translate, like other automatic translation tools, has its limits. It will help you read the general content of our pages in a foreign language, but it will not be 100 percent accurate. You should always consult with your healthcare professionals before following any medical advice.

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Posted by Anonymous on 13 January 2009

It would be nice if you add Hebrew as one of the languages.

Also, when I scroll to view the names of the languages, some show up as corrupt characters, even though my browser supports the languages when I get to the actual translation.

Posted by Anonymous on 20 January 2009

I love this new feature to be able to translate articles in different languages! It has become so helpul in printing out this information for patients of different language backgrounds! THanks and keep it up!

Posted by Diabetes Health Webmaster on 20 January 2009

To the commenter on January 13: Hebrew is a supported language. It's the one right after Italian - the first of three non-Roman languages in a row.


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