Diabetes is one of the most common chronic illnesses among adults in the United States.
Internet-based interventions and health promotion websites for patients with Type 2 Diabetes
are typically low-cost, easily accessible, and attractive. The purpose of this study is to
determine whether participants' utilization of a health & wellness website focused on
diabetes self-management increases participants' self-reported self-efficacy toward managing
their Type 2 Diabetes through behavior change and self-reported medication adherence compared
to standard care.