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  • Health lessons provided by interactive media easier for youth to swallow

    From left, postdoctoral research associate Henna Muzaffar, Extension specialist Jane Scherer and professor Karen Chapman-Novakofski  compared the efficacy of interactive and passive online media at helping teens with diabetes lead healthier lives.

    From left, postdoctoral research associate Henna Muzaffar, Extension specialist Jane Scherer and professor Karen Chapman-Novakofski compared the efficacy of interactive and passive online media at helping teens with diabetes lead healthier lives.

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  • To reach Henna Muzaffar, call 217-244-7094; email muzaffa1@illinois.edu. To reach Karen Chapman-Novakofski, call 217-244-2852; email kmc@illinois.edu The paper, “The Impact of Web-Based HOT (Healthy Outcomes for Teens) Project on Risk for Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Trial” is available from the Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics website.