- The Banting Digital Library contains photos, letters, diaries, and papers from Sir Frederick Grant Banting.
- The Banting Museum in London, Ontario, Canada, pays tribute to the discoverer of insulin.
- Dr. Frederick Banting discovered insulin in 1922. Read a brief biography of him in Great Canadian Scientists.
- Black and Brown Sugar offers diabetes information regarding African American, Latino and other minority populations.
- Canine Diabetes Mellitus Home Page contains information for owners of dog's with Diabetes Mellitus.
- CartoonMD.com has a collection of cartoons about diabetes.
- The Celiac Support Page has information about Celiac Disease and links to web sites that sell gluten-free products.
- The DAWN survey explored Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes and Needs.
- Diabetes Mellitus in Dogs & Cats lets you know what to do if your dog or cat develops diabetes.
- The Diabetes Quiz is an interactive web site with questions about diabetes.
- The Diabetes Treatment History and timeline provides a historical look at diabetes.
- Diabetes-Sight.org is designed to help both patients and health care professionals find the information and resources they need for the prevention of vision loss from diabetes.
- Discovery of Insulin is a web site dedicated to telling the story of how insulin was discovered.
- Pat Reynolds has put together the Diabetic Medical Equipment History and The History of Insulin web pages.
- Diabetes in Cats has information about detecting and treating feline diabetes.
- The Diabetes Web Ring is a circular list of web sites related to diabetes that are linked together.
- The Diabetes Scene is a web site about diabetes with a Canadian flavor.
- Diabetics Unite is the home page of Deanna, who has diabetes.
- EzeeDiabetes provides information for people living with diabetes in South Africa.
- The Famous Diabetics Page contains names of celebrities and other famous people who have or had diabetes.
- Feline Diabetes is an excellent resource for those who have a cat with diabetes.
- The Friends with Diabetes web site has information about Diabetes and Passover.
- The Injectors is a volunteer support group that is committed to the welfare of teenagers with diabetes based in Melbourne, Australia.
- The Insulin Pumpers web site has information about pumps and a mailing list for pump users.
- The Jewish Diabetes Association provides support and education to those with diabetes combined with a Jewish Lifestyle.
- Joe Manriquez, who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when he was 10 years old, hosts the Diabetic Athletes Corner.
- Kids Learn About Diabetes was created by Brendan Hannemann. He has a younger sister and brother with diabetes.
- Kids R Pumping, written by Ellen Ullman, provides a place for kids who use an insulin pump, and their parents, to share information.
- LIVabetes is the web site of Laura Menninger, also know as the Glucose Goddess. She brings humor to diabetes through her comedy.
- Living With Diabetes is a web-based, interactive exploration of Type 1 diabetes and the challenges of day-to-day living.
- Marlborough's Sweetest Kids was created by a parent in Massachusetts.
- Are you interested in becoming a private pilot? Read Medical Certification of Insulin Using Diabetic Applicants from the Federal Aviation Administration.
- The Pets with Diabetes website has been greatly expanded. Stop by if your pet has diabetes.
- Reality Check is written by and is for young adults living with diabetes.
- Sugar Free Racing is the Official Site of the Diabetes Home Care sponsored Sugar Free Racing Team.
- Team Hummingbird is a web site for cyclists with diabetes in the UK.
Last Updated: Monday March 02, 2009 15:18:30
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