- Castle Web, our Internet presence provider, is upgrading its connectivity to the Internet. You may experience some problems connecting for the next day or so. We appologize for the inconvenience.
- Many new Friends are eager to exchange e-mail or letters with you.
- Several university students seeking assistance with projects have added their names to Friends. If you haven't visited, please do, and see if you can help. And add your own name while you're there.
- Christopher, diagnosed just before his third birthday, joins Kids' Voices.
- The Diabetes Dictionary explains terms you will encounter with diabetes. This is a local copy of information produced by the NIDDK, with internal and external links added.
- The Diabetes Registry is a list of on-line resources covering various aspects about diabetes. It's indexed by subject to make it easy for you to find what you're looking for.
- Medicool, Inc., makes two travel cases for diabetics on the go. They also distribute vitamins and videos. Be sure to check out Diabetes News.
- Med-Safe Systems, Inc., specializes in the safe disposal of used syringes. Their disposable container holds up to 100 syringes and lancets.
- The Visual Health & Surgical Center of Palm Beach, Florida has an excellent overview of diabetic retinopathy.
- Parents of teens with diabetes should understand the effects of alcohol and diabetes.
- Sick days can be difficult for kids with diabetes. Sick Day Management for Diabetics provides some good advice about dealing with sick days.
- Just for Fun has new links for kids of all ages. And help with your geometry problems!
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Last Updated: Thursday August 29, 2002 20:59:52
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