- As usual, The Diabetes Team answers your questions.
- Non-invasive Blood Glucose Meters are on the verge of revolutionizing how we perform blood tests. Be sure to read about what's coming, including the Diasensor 1000, the world's first non-invasive blood glucose sensor available for purchase.
- We review the new One Touch Basic blood glucose meter from LifeScan.
- The Discovery of Insulin is a worthy addition to your library of books.
- Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana provides summer residential camping for children ages 7-15 with diabetes, a Bicycle Adventure Camp for teenagers with diabetes, and Family Weekend Camps for children with diabetes and their families. Part of Camps for Children with Diabetes.
- Jim Wright, M.D., Ph.D., of the Dalhousie University Medical School in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is Fishing for a Cure for Diabetes. Dr. Wright is optimistic that a fish islet transplant will one day replace the patient's own damaged islets and eliminate the need for insulin injections.
- The Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation supports sentific research into treatments and cure of diabetes; conducts screenings, and education programs to save lives from blindness, kidney failure, amputations; and publishes The Diabetes Wellness letter. It also provides free medical alert ID necklaces and diabetes self-management diaries and educational literature upon request.
- The Diabetes Support Group at the University of New Mexico has a Web page to highlight its activities.
- U.S. Health Care, one of the nation's largest managed care companies, has information about Juvenile Diabetes.
- Thee Diet Shoppe lets you shop on-line for low sugar or sugar-free foods and candies. Diabetic exchanges are included for many products.
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