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Daily Care from 1996

  1. The article on the Insulink design concept caught my interest. (30 Dec 96)
  2. My chid has had diabetes since age 2; she's now 7. It's been 3 years since we've gone to the endocrinologist and we both have fears about going. (28 Dec 96)
  3. What are some ways to assist with tight control during growth spurts? (18 Dec 96)
  4. Is it better to see an internist or an endocrinologist? (9 Dec 96)
  5. I am requesting advice for a friend. Her 13 year old son does not appear to be accepting his disease well. (11 Nov 96)
  6. I am concerned about keeping a five year old's activity and sugar level up a bit more than we have seen. (2 Nov 96)
  7. I discussed my [3 1/2 year old son] with several endocrinologists who have different opinions regarding the level of control for this age group. (19 Oct 96)
  8. Should we just keep adding one unit of NPH? (5 Sep 96)
  9. Our main problem is behaviour modification. (25 Aug 96)
  10. My daughter was diagnosed in February 1996. Lately we can not seem to keep her levels below 200. (13 Aug 96)
  11. Please advise how to receive information describing the "tight control" methods used in the DCCT. (4 Aug 96)
  12. I've had diabetes for about 8.5 years, I still forget to give my shots, I almost never test my blood, I don't follow a diet. (31 Jul 96)
  13. I am new at this, 2 weeks. [My son] had his R and NPH insulin before dinner and at dinner his glucose was 220. (27 Jul 96)
  14. My 7-year old sister who lives back home in Egypt became diabetic when she was 18 months old. (22 Jul 96)
  15. I need help organizing insulin dependent diabetes (Type 1) care for myself. (22 Jul 96)
  16. What range is considered "good control" for a young child? (10 Jun 96)
  17. A friend of ours told us he keeps his blood sugar down by smoking marijuana. (8 Jul 96)
  18. Does anyone have information concerning the role of public schools in providing full time medical personnel .... (8 Jul 96)
  19. Are vaccinations safe for children with diabetes? (8 Jul 96)
  20. Can you tell me about injection sites? (4 Jul 96)
  21. Any comments regarding keeping good control in today's fast paced world would be helpful. (29 Jun 96)
  22. This young man's physician chose twice-daily blood sugars (at 6am and 4pm) with sliding scale Regular insulin .... (1 Jun 96)
  23. Our room mate is 19 and has had diabetes for 13 years. (15 May 96)
  24. We are testing our son's urine every morning using sticks that measure glucose and ketones. (1 May 96)
  25. My son has had diabetes for 7 years. Recently, he was invited to go to Disney World.... (27 Apr 96)
  26. Do diabetic children tend to be sick more often than children that do not have diabetes? (12 Apr 96)
  27. My daughter ... has been waking up in the morning feeling extremely nauseous. (7 Apr 96)
  28. My son is almost 6 years old. Can you suggest any strategies to get his AM readings more in line? (12 Mar 96)
  29. I am interested in food based approaches to managing blood sugar levels (4 Mar 96)
  30. Our 7 year old daughter was diagnosed 2 years ago. Recently she has become very irritable and easily agitated. (19 Feb 96)
  31. I am writing to you on behalf a pediatrician with a very rare case of diabetes with a two month old baby (19 Feb 96)
  32. I would like to hear some of the things that some people do to help keep it under control (18 Feb 96)
  33. I'm 23 and I am diabetic since I was ten. My diabetes had been good till one year ago. Now it's going bad. (18 Feb 96)
  34. Is there any work being done with brittle diabetics.... (14 Feb 96)
  35. My son, age 7, has been diabetic for 2 years. His blood sugars seem to vary greatly.... (2 Feb 96)
  36. My niece was diagnosed two weeks ago. The parents are debating whether to take the baby to pediatric endocrinologists (4 Jan 96)

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