Polls from 1999Have you stockpiled extra diabetes supplies due to Y2K concerns?
728 votes from December 26, 1999 - January 2, 2000
How often do you use urine glucose strips to check soft drinks ordered at restaurants?
664 votes from December 19 - 26, 1999
Do you read the Diabetes Team questions and answers?
533 votes from December 12 - 19, 1999
Have your relatives been tested as part of a diabetes prevention trial?
625 votes from December 5 - 12, 1999
If blood test strips were less expensive, would you check your blood sugar more often?
991 votes from November 28 - December 5, 1999
How many times have you or your child needed a glucagon injection?
992 votes from November 21 - 28, 1999
Which of the following statements best describes you?
1,234 votes from November 14 - 21, 1999
If the GlucoWatch is approved by the FDA, are you interested in using it?
1,186 votes from November 7 - 14, 1999
When you or your child are ill, what kind of over-the-counter medications do you use?
620 votes from October 31 - November 7, 1999
Do you or your child with diabetes consume foods or beverages that contain artificial sweeteners?
774 votes from October 24 - 31, 1999
At what age did you or your child start doing unassisted blood glucose tests?
726 votes from October 17 - 24, 1999
How many people in your immediate family have Type 1 diabetes?
946 votes from October 10 - 17, 1999
Do you or your child get or plan to get a flu shot?
820 votes from October 3 - 10, 1999
In what season were you or your child diagnosed with diabetes?
1,056 votes from September 26 - October 3, 1999
How often do you visit the Children with Diabetes web site?
842 votes from September 19 - 26, 1999
What is the lowest blood sugar that you or your child have had?
848 votes from September 12 - 19, 1999
How much time do you or your child spend with your diabetes team during your diabetes check ups?
605 votes from September 5 - 12, 1999
What lancets do you or your child use?
751 votes from, August 29 - September 5, 1999
Have you trained a friend or relative to care for your child's diabetes in case you are unable to?
559 votes from August 22 - 29, 1999
What is the upper limit of the target blood sugar range for you or your child?
757 votes from August 15 - 22, 1999
After you do a blood test, how do you stop your finger from bleeding?
723 votes from August 8 - 15, 1999
How often do you inject insulin through clothing?
774 votes from August 1 - 8, 1999
How often do you or your child use diluted insulin?
619 votes from July 25 - August 1, 1999
How often do you use control solution to check your blood test meter?
518 votes from July 18 - 25, 1999
Who helps you adjust the insulin regimen for yourself or your child?
584 votes from July 11 - 18, 1999
In what ways can you contact your diabetes team?
454 votes from July 4 - 11, 1999
What kind of medical identification do you or your child carry?
600 votes from June 27 - July 4, 1999
A study reported at the 1999 ADA Scientific Sessions showed that young kids can use insulin pumps at night and use injections during the day to gain better control. Does this interest you?
430 votes from June 20 - 27, 1999
While at school or work, how do you dispose of your lancets, syrings, and other "sharp" medical waste?
430 votes from June 13 - 20, 1999
If 25 or 30 unit syringes were available with 1/2 unit markings, would you or your child use them?
576 votes from June 6 - 13, 1999
Have you changed diabetes teams for your (or your child's) diabetes care?
414 votes from May 30 - June 6, 1999
Prior to a blood test, how do you usually clean your fingers or your child's fingers?
711 votes from May 23 - 30, 1999
Do you regularly reuse lancets or syringes?
767 votes from May 16 - 23, 1999
If you attend support group meetings, educational sessions, fundraising or other events related to diabetes, who sponsors the events?
331 votes from May 9 - 16, 1999
When do you or your child test for urine ketones?
615 votes from May 2 - 9, 1999
When I or my child have an HbA1c test performed, the doctor or nurse....
687 votes from April 25 - May 2, 1999
Has the Children with Diabetes Website Helped You?
347 votes from April 18 - 25, 1999
Glucagon is an important medication for everyone who uses insulin. Do you have glucagon?
673 votes from April 11 - 18, 1999
Who provides assistance in the care of your child's diabetes while your child is at school?
566 votes from April 4 - 11, 1999
Which of the following areas would you like to see more of at Children with Diabetes?
883 votes from March 28 - April 4, 1999
For how long do you use a vial of insulin?
747 votes from March 21 - 28, 1999
How often do you or your child see an eye doctor as part of your diabetes care?
592 votes from March 14 - 21, 1999
How many times has your child attended diabetes summer camp?
534 votes from March 7 - 14, 1999
MiniMed's Continuous Blood Glucose Monitoring system (CGMS) was just recommended for approval by an FDA panel. Are you interested in using it?
508 votes from February 28 - March 7, 1999
How often do you check your blood sugar before you drive?
306 votes from February 21 - 28, 1999
How often do you meet with a dietitian as part of your diabetes care?
629 votes from February 14 - 21, 1999
What do you think is the hardest part of diabetes?
700 votes from February 7 - 14, 1999
Who is primarily responsible for your child's diabetes care?
776 votes from January 31 - February 7, 1999
How often do you do a blood test during the middle of the night on your child or yourself?
737 votes from January 24 - 31, 1999
At home, how do you dispose of your lancets, syrings, and other "sharp" medical waste?
674 votes from January 17 - 24, 1999
Which of the following diabetes care products does your health insurance pay for?
685 votes from January 10 - 17, 1999
What do you or your child most often use to treat hypoglycemia?
745 votes from January 3 - 10, 1999
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