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The WIN Notes Update features recent research findings, program updates, tips and tools, and more. It is produced by the Weight-control Information Network (WIN). It replaces WIN Notes, WIN's newsletter that came out twice a year.

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Current Issue: April

This issue announces the release of National Institutes of Health (NIH) data on the health and lifestyles of U.S. Hispanics. It also highlights updates to WIN's Walking brochure, NIH research, and resources related to National Minority Health Month in April.

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Past Issues of WIN Notes and WIN Notes Update

  • March 2014
    This issue covers a presentation by NIDDK Director Griffin Rodgers to middle school students about study and work in the sciences. It also highlights recent updates to NIDDK's website and resources for National Kidney Month.
  • February 2014
    This issue highlights recent findings from the Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery (LABS) and Teen-LABS. It also includes descriptions and links to WIN's most recently updated publications, as well as items you can use to be a health champion.
  • January 2014
    This issue highlights recent findings from the Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery (LABS) and Teen-LABS. It also includes descriptions and links to WIN's most recently updated publications, as well as items you can use to be a health champion.
  • November 2013
    Check out this issue for news of a study that suggests that a “maintain, don’t gain” focus may help some with weight control. The issue also features WIN’s updated Sisters Together Program Guide, resources from NIDDK and its programs, and WIN’s childhood obesity infographic.
  • October 2013
    In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, this issue highlights WIN’s Spanish-language materials, the next WIN exhibit, and online health resources in Spanish.
  • September 2013
    In this issue read about an NIH study of the long-term effects of blood sugar during pregnancy, tools you can use to help African American women be healthy, and WIN's new publications.
  • Spring 2013
    This issue features 10 easy ways to improve your health, information about research looking into disease disparities, and highlights updated Spanish-language publications available from WIN. View PDF version [3,784 Kb]
  • Fall 2012
    This issue features information about several clinical trials on type 2 diabetes, updated WIN brochures and tip sheets, and a new online resource for tracking your eating. View PDF version [748 Kb]
  • Spring 2012
    This issue features information about an NIH tool and model that may predict how people lose and gain weight and an NIH study to help overweight or obese pregnant women. View PDF version [2,257 Kb]
Archived Issues of WIN Notes

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Last Modified: April 1, 2014

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