University of South Florida Diabetes Stress Relief Study

By RachelChavezCA Latest Reply 2014-03-27 13:21:36 -0500
Started 2014-03-26 17:27:35 -0500

We were approached by a researcher at the University of South Florida about a diabetes stress relief study she is conducting that sounds like a great opportunity. If you're interested, please take the time to visit the website listed below to learn more.

A little about the study - Taking steps to manage your stress can lead to you feeling better mentally and physically. Researchers at the University of South Florida are offering adults with TYPE 2 DIABETES a FREE online PROGRAM that will teach you ways that may help to MANAGE YOUR STRESS and IMPROVE YOUR MOOD. For more information visit

7 replies

jayabee52 2014-03-27 13:21:36 -0500 Report

Like Joyce I think that I am OK just as I am currently. The program looks long and complicated and may cause me stress just to try to complete it. So I think I'll pass on this opportunity.

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2014-03-27 11:12:42 -0500 Report

I looked at it. but not interested. I do my own stress management for years. I am not about to get involved in this. They could mess up what I am doing. I think it would be good for those who don't know what to do or how to get started. Besides the link to the questionnaire doesn't work.

shoulders 2014-03-26 20:07:55 -0500 Report

That sounds like a winner to me. I have so much going on right now, just don't seem to have the time. I'll keep it in mind though!!!

haoleboy 2014-03-26 18:12:31 -0500 Report

tried to sign up but when I clicked on the eligibility questionnaire button the link ( does not work

CathyBykowski 2014-03-27 08:15:43 -0500 Report

haoleboy - I'm so sorry! I am the researcher and our screening questionnaire has been down since yesterday. Talk about stressful! :) I have a inserted a request for information form on the website that you can complete or you can email me your name, email address, and phone number at small and I will contact you with the relevant information. Thank you for your patience!

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