Diabetes News in the Popular Press from 2005
25 December 2005
- Because of diabetes, U.S. cross-country skier working on his balance.
- Scott Dunton Surfs and Manages Diabetes Without Fear.
- Newfound freedom: Insulin pumps change children's lives.
- Celebrity Health - Mari Wilson.
- For Family With 2 Diabetics, Constant Vigilance.
- Basketball camp teaches children with diabetes many lessons.
- Bodybuilder uses training to top disease.
- U of L achieves 'amazing' find with stem cells.
- Popcorn tribute for transplant workers.
18 December 2005
- Brother duo fights diabetes.
- Just their type.
- Biking to beat diabetes.
- Living with diabetes: awareness is crucial.
- 21st-Century Kids Fight Diabetes.
- No recess for diabetes.
- Stronger than their struggles, published in the December 18, 2005 Cincinnati Enquirer, is about kids who overcome childhood illnesses, including type 1 diabetes.
11 December 2005
- The best playing out west? Adam Morrison may be the top player in the game. See also Slow, small ... and terrific.
- To protect and to serve.
- Support group helps families cope with type 1 diabetes.
- Diabetes Won't Stop Me From Being A Winner.
- SIUC student develops diabetes injector device.
4 December 2005
- Crosslin attends national diabetes conference. See also Dakota Crosslin earns 'Lilly for Life Award' (photo).
- Dealing with diabetes.
- Juvenile diabetes.
- CDA: Start early for long-lasting disease control. Intensive therapy reduces risk of progression of retinopathy, albuminuria, even when HbA1c levels off.
- New pancreas offers new life.
- Hog wild at MicroIslet: San Diego company hopes to help diabetics with insulin-producing pig cells.
- Local boy faces daily challenges of juvenile diabetes.
- Pinning diabetes.
- More Ethiopian immigrants getting diabetes.
- NBA stock of Gonzaga's Morrison is skyrocketing.
- Diabetic defies doctors by circumnavigating the U.S.
- Stars of Innovation Win Awards in Japan.
20 November 2005
- Family fights historical society to save home of insulin discoverer Banting.
- Constant care tells the story of two-year-old Aaron, who uses an insulin pump.
- What's the deal with diabetes?
- Diabetes can't slow Westview standout.
- Illness doesn't deter tenacious Gator.
- Kris Freeman: Diabetes Won't Keep Him From the Olympics.
- Dealing with diabetes.
- Living a big win over diabetes.
- Insulin capsule hopes for diabetics.
- Glucose, up close.
13 November 2005
- Wednesday's Child.
- Schools meet needs of diabetic students.
- Russian girl wins world competition for children with diabetes.
- Veteran roper pumped for Texas Stampede; Kory Koontz's ride is smoother with insulin device in place.
6 November 2005
- From insulin to islets: Transplant brings hope to Northbrook man. See also Islet cell transplants proving to be 'functional cure'.
- Marathons especially tricky for runners with diabetes.
- Diabetes youth ambassador is a good sport about illness.
- Schools, camps balance desire to accommodate students with medical problems and their ability to help.
- Banting students aid diabetes fight.
- Diabetes care 'failing children'.
- His goal is finding a cure.
- Experts urge adding food data to menus.
- A Chihuahua's Best Friend is about Alyssa and her dog Chief, both of whom have diabetes.
- Diabetes can strike pets, too, but they can live with it.
30 October 2005
- Mother says school puts diabetic son in danger.
- 'Quiet hero' saves family in traffic.
- Diabetes – even young children are affected.
- Meridian family joins diabetes study.
- Local teenager battles medical condition in aftermath of Hurricane Wilma.
- FDA reviewer battles the drug his boss approved.
23 October 2005
- Alachua County focuses on insulin pump mix-up in schools.
- Diabetes fails to beat talented Bruin.
- Boatman Has Handle On Diabetes, Football.
- Youngster with diabetes inspires others in walk.
- Death of a 'great kid' stuns tearful students.
- Inspiring athlete.
- Insulin brand cuts affect vet's offices.
16 October 2005
- Schools focus on helping diabetic children.
- Another Sort of Insulin Shock: Medication Error Prompts Suit.
9 October 2005
- An inexplicable family affair: In defiance of odds, 3 sisters have Type 1 diabetes.
- Using Insulin Pumps for Children.
- From the Dead Sea to Mount Everest: Geri Winkler faces the greatest challenge of his life.
- Optical sensor could offer diabetics a convenient alternative to blood testing.
- One Woman's Powerful Reminder.
1 October 2005
- Local resident makes tiny bouquets for large cause.
- A dose of reality.
- Faceoff with diabetes.
- Black Lab helps woman cope with her diabetes.
- Diabetic 'obsessed' with blood sugar balance.
25 September 2005
- Young diabetics sought for study in the UK.
- Local girl example of progress made in fight against diabetes.
- Learning To Live with Diabetes: Six-year-old Kevin is the only student at Herndon Elementary School with type 1 diabetes.
- Helping hand for parents.
- Artist honoured for surviving—thriving—with lifelong diabetes.
- Sis says gift of kidney shows Ostertag's all heart.
18 September 2005
- Diabetes doctor puts kids first: Lilly award is testament to physician's caring nature.
- Living with a diabetic is an eye opening experience.
- The Long Honeymoon: New research on diabetes aims at prolonging the initial insulin high.
- 7-year-old girl with Type 1 juvenile diabetes a 'trooper'.
- Camps help kids with diabetes thrive.
- Diabetes can be everyday struggle for some kids.
- Steelers' Kendall Simmons Tackles Diabetes.
- PSU's Paxson back for more.
11 September 2005
- 5-year-old to lead diabetes walk.
- Military family gives gift to nurse.
- Specialist helps diabetes sufferers in Louisiana.
- Region welcomes much-needed diabetes care.
- Transplant Joy After Years Of Waiting.
- Diabetic pleads for help as drug price soars.
- Polish Bioton Comes Bearing Insulin.
4 September 2005
- Insulin Pump Helps Children Manage Their Diabetes.
- Away from home.
- Australia joins top league for child diabetes.
- Diabetes among school aged children.
- Dealing with illness just part of routine.
- Diabetes doesn't stop local Ironwoman.
- How diabetes failed to sink an Olympic winner.
- Diabetic found dead with illegal drugs in her system.
28 August 2005
- Camp Support: Youth at the Circle of Life retreat learn from one another how to deal with diabetes.
- Woman with diabetes hopes a dog can help her.
- Diabetes insulin pump.
- Naugatuck man fights for transplant: Blocked in state, Saguta looks to Bay State for help.
21 August 2005
- Diabetes UK worried at loss of choice.
- Hero: Bolivar boy steers car to safety after dad becomes ill.
- Children suffer from diabetes too!
- Bobby Browning: Grandson's illness motivates project manager's involvement in American Diabetes Association.
- LCCC pitcher controls foes – and his Type 1 diabetes.
- Fast Friends - Ledyard 7th-graders living with juvenile diabetes share bond.
- Robyn Winterbottom offers hope and a garage sale for juvenile diabetes.
- Rice pudding helped fuel Channel swim.
- Canine companion can sniff out diabetes risk.
- Camp Come-together: Kids with diabetes make friends and learn to cope.
- Adulterated insulin sold in medicine shops.
14 August 2005
- A healthy dose of togetherness: Camp Possibilities gives diabetic kids a place where testing blood and taking insulin are a small part of a big experience.
- Quest for diabetes cure puts student's project in motion.
- Interrogated diabetic sues village, cops.
7 August 2005
- Civil Air Patrol: Allison G. Catheron II.
- Death to the Spoonful of Sugar.
- Subtle signs.
- Iacocca does ads to aid battle against diabetes.
- Bloomington's Sarah Rousey is on the Pro Billards Tour.
- Sanford's Wrenn overcomes diabetes.
- When blood sugar is low, this dog knows.
- Little Kids, One Very Grown-Up Problem.
- Dan Thomas overcomes illness to play again.
31 July 2005
- 'Double diabetes' puzzles doctors.
- Diagnosed with diabetes, teen gives disease a direct hit.
- Camping it up.
- Modern-day 'Lassie' saves owner's life.
- St. Pius coach fights diabetes.
- No greater love; Mary Foulks of Victorville donates a kidney to her diabetic brother.
- Rays fans strike out in food feud. A Sarasota couple tries to bring snacks as a diabetic safeguard. They're ejected after an argument.
- Diabetes: Undercover Research!
- Patient given 'insulin overdose'.
24 July 2005
- Boy's tragic death sparks State probe.
- 'It's always a roller-coaster ride'.
- 'Double Diabetes' Harder to Detect, Treat.
- Due to lack of insulin - Diabetics' lives put at risk.
- Local boy, 11, not derailed by diabetes.
- Planning the key for families of kids with juvenile diabetes.
- Campers with common bond: Diabetes.
- Diabetics told ~ you're not covered.
- Molecular biologists are real newsmakers.
- Tiny pump could transform lives. See also Starlet Patch.
- National network for diabetes research launched by two leading British universities.
17 July 2005
- Back From Iraq: A Soldier's Story.
- Diabetes Doesn't Hold Back Ironman Triathlete.
- Cat and Cliff.
- Study Participants Love Inhaled Insulin.
- Why is the fact that bacterial elements can cause Diabetes being ignored? asks Lawrence Broxmeyer MD.
- Kilimanjaro 2005, A Climb for a Cure.
- Taking Control: Kodiak triathlete doesn't let diabetes dictate his life.
- Organ recipient to run in transplant 'Olympics'.
- One woman's war with fake drugs.
10 July 2005
- 21st-Century Kids Fight Diabetes.
- Milan graduate educates peers about diabetes.
- INGAP Peptide.
3 July 2005
- Camp for diabetics offers rare fellowship.
- Camp New Horizons.
- Wayland High's profile in courage.
- Lauren: 'diabetes almost got me'.
- Teen visits Billings on diabetes tour.
- Falmouth 11-Year-Old Highlights Need for Diabetes Research.
- Scott's just living with diabetes.
- Supply scare for juvenile diabetic lifeline.
- The ride of his life: George Ledbetter is cycling from Mexico to Canada for charity and his daughter's memory.
- Persevering is part of his game; Chiefs OF handles diabetes, slumps and even the Red Sox and Cubs.
- Intensive therapy cuts diabetes problems: study.
- Solving the diabetes puzzle that baffled the world.
- Cutting down on needles: FDA is determining whether to approve inhaled insulin for diabetics after a study proves effectiveness.
- Korea Advances One Step Closer to Stem Cell Therapy.
- Bulgarian Boyan Petrov is attempting K2 this summer, but Boyan’s toughest challenge is the one he faces every day type 1 diabetes.
26 June 2005
- Diabetic reactions can put drivers on a collision course.
- Back from South America.
- Kids Join Stars to Plead for Diabetes Funding.
- SHS student to educate Congress about diabetes research.
19 June 2005
- Diabetics give up needle for pump.
- Commentary: Diabetic teen puts fresh face on stem-cell research quest.
- Local teens go searching for a diabetes cure.
- Diabetes from cradle.
- Teen on diabetes awareness mission.
- Teen of the Week: Brian Barber lives life his way.
- Ethan travels to Washington.
- Petersburg child joins 149 other juvenile diabetes sufferers from across the nation in Washington to blitz Capitol Hill.
- D.C. stands for 'diabetes cure'.
- Acworth families search high and low for ways to support juvenile diabetes research.
- Diabetic's road tragedy raises thorny questions.
12 June 2005
- Stuffed and ready to serve — the 'Staff Sergeant Thompson bear'.
- Diagnoses might be missing Type-1 diabetes, study says.
5 June 2005
- Kids and Diabetes.
- Dining out on diabetes.
- Hey, Look at Me: Is it possible to be both diabetic and a restaurant critic?
- Bandmates rock to fight juvenile diabetes.
- Helping diabetics to be winners.
- PEZ Interviews: Team Type 1.
- Sisters make vital connection.
- Teenage girl pokes classmates with a diabetes tester.
29 May 2005
- 'Diabetes Doesn't Have to Stop You' is an interview with Will Cross, conducted from Mount Everest on May 16, 2005.
- Happy ending.
- Despite diabetes, UW golfer becomes Pac-10 champion.
- Even with two chronic diseases, Camden girl is always in high spirits.
- Living With Diabetes: First-grader is learning how to cope with illness, but the shots are no fun.
- Addison Twp. fire chief pedals to battle diabetes.
- A Sunday stroll could bring a cure to millions; As Adam Morrison showed in the NCAAs, diabetes doesn't have to hold you back.
- Graduate tackles ailment head-on.
22 May 2005
- Ricordi's mission: Cure diabetes.
- Battle Hymn of the Immune System.
- Lindsay resident one step closer to getting an insulin pump.
- Pig Organ Transplants to Apes Likely This Year. See also Pig-cell transplant treatment denied and Pig cells offer hope of miracle cure.
- Modified Liver Cells Keep Diabetes under Control.
- The Cottage Grove Community Hospital and Clinics has an article about Eating Well With Diabetes.
- Senior feels 'lucky to graduate'.
- Thunder Bay student wins diabetes scholarship.
- Vacationing with diabetes.
15 May 2005
- Travel Tips for People with Diabetes. See also our pages about Traveling with Diabetes and Flying With Diabetes.
- Jessica Kroner is featured in an article about diabetes in her hospital's quarterly magazine.. (See page four.)
- Diabetes won’t deny Niziolek from her place on the diamond.
- Miracle of life is quite real for Debbie.
- Kno-Koma offers diabetics fun, chance for independence.
- Eager to take a chance; A woman tells how an experimental treatment has helped bring her Type 1 diabetes under control.
- These Bulldogs are 'pumped up'; Steve Gledhill, Justin Hampton control diabetes with insulin pumps.
- Matt Wallace: Making the state baseball tourney last season meant a lot to Matt Wallace, a 2004 RHS graduate who died last week.
- Girls With Type 1 Diabetes Don't Let Condition Control Life.
- Team diabetes: Internists say it takes a group to manage diabetes.
- Carbs / Blood Sugar Readings / Insulin / Managing Diabetes is a Never-Ending Proposition.
- Juvenile diabetes demands constant monitoring.
- A woman who has been awarded a gold medal for surviving 50 years on insulin hopes to be an inspiration to young diabetics.
- World diabetes body worried about young sufferers.
- Charges dropped in fatal crash.
- Diabetic shock may have caused man to resist rescue workers.
8 May 2005
- Diabetes: Erika's Story.
- Head on: Fourth grader faces type 1 diabetes.
- Team Type 1 is about funding research for a cure. The bicycling team also has a blog.
- Patients turn to the Web to share treatment details.
- Working For A Cure: Great Falls family raising money for diabetes research.
- Massachusetts' Lauren Stanford of Plymouth Named One of America's Top Ten Youth Volunteers.
- Diabetic driver talks about incident.
- Boy's wheel hero when illness hits.
- Students share individual stories about how they deal with disorder.
- Dealing with Diabetes.
- Juvenile diabetes symptoms getting harder for parents to spot.
- Non-injectable insulin debuts in Ecuador.
1 May 2005
- 'Charlatan' guilty in girl's death; Naturopath's bad advice helped kill diabetic. See also A Quebec judge convicts a natural therapist in the manslaughter death of a diabetic 12-year-old.
- Molly is a 14 year old spot-nosed monkey who has had insulin-dependent diabetes for six years.
- Insulin pumps give kids a new life.
- 'Super sniffer wonder dog' is more than a friend to girl with diabetes.
- Diabetes no match for Eagle.
- Diabetic's writing offers information, inspiration.
- Teacher turns 'obsession' into diabetes fund-raiser.
- County youths not immune to diabetes.
- Health Alert: Islet transplant.
- 'Snorting insulin safe and effective' is about inhaled insulin.
- Schoolyard Prank Puts Students at Risk for HIV.
24 April 2005
- 'How can you just leave someone lying there?'
- Young artist brightens his life.
- Diabetes in check, she carries on lacrosse legacy.
- Living with diabetes is about being on constant watch.
- CMC procedure treats Type 1 diabetes.
- Celebrities and diabetes.
- Pioneering operation gives hope to diabetes sufferers.
- For Dear Life: Katherine Gentry learns routines will be entirely different after being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
- Jim Witheril is running marathons to help raise awareness of the signs of diabetes, in honor of his son who passed away from undiagnosed diabetes. See also Running vs. diabetes.
- Promising Company, Bad Deal from Forbes discusses Dexcom, a company developing implanted, continuous glucose sensors that went public in early April 2005.
17 April 2005
- The high cost of living with diabetes.
- Melchionda: My brother Anthony is my hero.
- Carr takes personal battle public.
- Diabetes not about to halt pumped-up player.
- Teens with diabetes face life and death challenges while keeping in step with their peers.
- Dealing with diabetes.
- Mum's little lifesaver.
- Twenty-first century kids fight diabetes.
- 'Cool' texts could help save lives.
- Denis wins award for 60-year diabetes fight.
10 April 2005
- Children contract illness after visiting petting zoos.
- Diabetes doesn't slow Bill King.
- New approach to diabetes.
- Diabetes care lapses when kids become adults.
- Center Reaches Out To Young Diabetes Patients.
- Magazine features former Groton woman.
- Pig cells go the distance for diabetic.
- Pig cell transplants into monkeys 'safe and effective'.
- The Diabetic Demographic.
3 April 2005
- Coping with my Child's Diabetes.
- Driven to help others: Kathy Duke juggles civic duties, business, family - and diabetes.
- Dowling's Cordova overcoming diabetes.
- Research holds out hope for Plymouth teenager.
- Expert Says Diabetes Linked to Obesity Skyrocketing in US, Elsewhere.
- No kidding! Diabetes targets the cradle.
- Craig Medred: Scdoris is special, but so are other mushers includes a story about Guy Blankenship, an Iditarod racer with diabetes.
- Luck steps up as goalkeeper.
- Moderation replacing lists of taboo foods.
- Driver's Insulin Pump Blamed for Fatal Crash.
- Woman sues Munson over alleged insulin overdose.
27 March 2005
- Christine Kenny the poster child for juvenile diabetes.
- Study urges steps to fast-track new diabetes monitor.
- Millionaire math whiz knew Amylin's drug would help his Rachel.
- Shot in arm for diabetics.
- Dealing with diabetes: Camp helps kids cope.
20 March 2005
- Diabetic ordered off BA flight. See also Diabetic forced off plane for carrying insulin kit.
- Family copes with daughter’s diabetes.
- UM student and mountain climber doesn't let insulin pump slow him down.
- Vikings pitcher won’t take loss from diabetes.
- Morrison injects Zags with renewed energy. See also Zags' star fights diabetes and Diabetic Morrison Leads Zags at Texas Tech.
- Senior to compete in national contest.
- Diabetes patient walks the walk in fund raising.
- Son's disease propels a stem cell pioneer.
- Dad of Diabetic Daughter Wins Big; As Do Millions with Diabetes and Amylin Pharmaceuticals.
13 March 2005
- For diabetic kids, every day is a test.
- Pharmacists help diabetics keep track of medication.
- Mom searching for diabetes cure.
6 March 2005
- Islet transplants could be the future of diabetes treatments. See also Researchers: New Approach May Keep Diabetes Patients Off Insulin Shots; UM Researchers Work To Make Supply Of Insulin-Producing Cells.
- Spare a kidney? N. Adams man seeking donor for transplant.
- Diabetes doesn't deter Portage's Dixon.
- Kevin is poles apart from rest; A diabetic man is taking on one of the world's toughest races – from Canada to the North Pole.
- Rob Chappell Finds Inspiration in Hockey to Battle Diabetes.
- Cheerleader takes on diabetes.
- UConn lax defender on guard against diabetes.
- Living with diabetes.
- Kathy Quimby still strong after Type 1 setbacks.
27 February 2005
- ASU Student Earns Endocrinology Award for Diabetes Work.
- Pump makes diabetes manageable.
- Child diabetics denied life-saving therapy.
- Exercise can be a challenge for diabetics.
- Pump is so sweet for Nick.
- Diabetes market primed for new devices.
20 February 2005
- US Diabetes Monitoring Products & Therapies Demand to Reach $17.6 Billion in 2008.
- Student with diabetes raises money for illness.
13 February 2005
- Producer Michael Lee of member station KUT in Austin, Texas, offers this audio snapshot of Chad Rackowitz, a Texas teacher and diabetic who may owe his life to the first graders he teaches.
- Children with diabetes share their stories.
- Reporter's life-changing near-death experience.
- Avonmore girl, 5, credited with saving father's life.
- Diabetes fails to stop high-scoring Thunderbird.
- Duel Role for Fencing Teens.
- Is math important? Just ask a diabetic.
- New Course Aims To Help Diabetic Youngsters.
- Swap Ops Beat My Diabetes.
6 February 2005
- My Body: Sweet Success -- With careful monitoring, the Tigers' Jason Johnson confronts his diabetes.
- Cash gift buys insulin pump.
- Making the best of it -- Leo High School senior manages his juvenile diabetes in a very mature way.
- Woman hopes book will help diabetic parents cope.
30 January 2005
- Boy's 911 call saves dad.
- Diabetes Doesn't Stop UNO's Chappell.
- Wrestling with diabetes.
- Scientists Stonewall on Spurious Soda Scare.
23 January 2005
- 'Risk is worth the reward,' Plymouth breakfast attendees told.
- With determination, Strusses deal with diabetes.
- Off to camp! A fun way to learn about diabetes.
- Diabetic youth's practical tips part of book.
- Paris sets sail - regatta trip beckons.
- Thornton mother helps with international study.
16 January 2005
- Infants to test milk diabetes link.
- Tales from a 'transplant veteran'.
- Dealing with diabetes.
- Stick to It: No Sugar-Coating: Diabetics Endure Plenty of Shots.
- Breakthrough in Treating Diabetes with Adult Stem Cells.
9 January 2005
- Teen robbed of insulin device.
- Diabetic back in school's lunch line.
- Spotlight: Urban has tackled more than football, basketball (free registration required).
- Woman serves as successful example of diabetes care.
- Oakland diabetic educates, advocates for others.
- Health Matters: Diabetic Research.
- Canadian research may offer alternative to needles for patients who need injections.
- Can You Keep A Secret? from eDiets examines the question of when -- and who -- to tell about your diabetes.
2 January 2005
- Dahlia: Boy wows Brass Ring crowd.
- For Pitt's Stephens, diabetes requires strict regimen.
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