How long did it take you to find this web site once you started looking for diabetes information online?
I found it in less than five minutes
I found it within the first hour
I found it on the first day
I found it in the first week
I found it in the first month
How long did it take you to find this web site once you started looking for diabetes information online?Poll dates: April 20 - 27, 2003
Total Votes: 462
Just over half of our readers report finding us within five minutes of searching. Over 75% found us within the first day. We're quite happy that our readers find us so quickly.
A typical search for "diabetes" on the web turns up millions of pages. It's not always easy to tell what's good and what's, well, not so good. Children with Diabetes offers support and information to everyone living with diabetes. Our Diabetes Team makes sure that the content you read within this web site is medically accurate, up-to-date, and worthy of your trust.
As you search the Web for diabetes-related information, be a skeptical consumer. Here are some links to help you separate the good sites from the not-so-good sites:
- Unproven Therapies, an editorial in the January 2002 edition of Clinical Diabetes
- QuackWatch, Your Guide to Health Fraud, Quackery, and Intelligent Decisionmaking, has a wealth of information, including:
- MLM Watch: A Skeptical Guide to Multilevel Marketing
- HomeWatch - Your Skeptical Guide to Homeopathic History, Theories, and Current Practices
- Chirobase - A Skeptical Guide to Chiropractic History, Theories, and Current Practices
- Healthcare Reality Check
- The National Council Against Health Fraud
- Online advice: good medicine or cyber-quackery? from the American College of Physicians
- Position Statement on Unproven Therapies from the American Diabetes Association
- Alternative Therapies for Diabetes from the NIDDK
- The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is dedicated to exploring complementary and alternative healing practices in the context of rigorous science; training CAM researchers; and disseminating authoritative information
- Dietary Supplements, Complementary or Alternative Medicines from the National Library of Medicine
- MEDLINEplus: Alternative Medicine
- The Diabetes Monitor has a page about Non-proven methods of diabetes therapy.
- Cyberquackery, from the Diabetes Monitor
Last Updated: Sunday April 02, 2006 10:12:44
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