- Web Surfer's Guide to children with DIABETES explains how to get around and find what you're looking for.
- The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Web site is on-line.
- We have two new additions to Kids' Voices:
- Nils Thore Røsth, who lives for music, joins Kids' Voices.
- Philippa, a three year old who helps do her own blood tests.
- We review the superb new One Touch Profile blood glucose meter from LifeScan.
- The Inject-Ease injection aid helps those with little ones who are afraid of injections.
- Camps for Children with Diabetes debuts as part of the Services section.
- Cookbooks for Diabetics is greatly expanded and now includes images of some cookbook covers, to help you find the book when you're at the bookstore.
- The Food Guide Pyramid and Food Label will help you be an informed consumer of food.
- The US Food and Drug Administration WWW site contains a wealth of information about food. Be sure to visit.
- The Glenwood Regional Hospital Diabetes Treatment Center serves diabetics in northern Louisiana.
- Carbohydrate counting is which is fast becoming the method of choice for diet management. Read about it at Diabetes Net.
- MiniMed has announced a trial to test an implantable glucose sensor that will provide continuous monitoring of blood sugar levels. If combined with an insulin pump, this could be an artificial pancreas. Be sure to visit other corporations involved with diabetes.
- Global Diabetes Organizations shows you where to turn for help with diabetes throughout the world.
- Grilled Cheese at Four O'Clock in the Morning and Teddy Ryder Rides Again are two new additions to our list of Books and Videos for Children.
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Last Updated: Thursday August 29, 2002 20:59:52
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