- Kim Evanovich reminds us to keep an eye on the big picture. In Parents' Voices.
- Dr. Claudia Chaufan, herself a diabetic, shares with us an essay that won a prize in a journalism contest in her native Argentina. In Expert Advice.
- Camp Needlepoint and Camp Daypoint offer incredible adventures for kids in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
- The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation website has the following new material:
- Portion Pak can help you learn about meal planning. First in a new product section called Meal Planning Aids.
- We review Mellitus Manager, diabetes management software for PC's running Windows.
- Guardian Angel: Patient-Centered Health Information Systems, written by MIT Computer Science researchers, describes how current technology can be combined in innovative ways to help people with chronic illnesses, like Type 1 diabetes. Note: Document size is 157 KB.
- The Internet Sleuth Diseases and Conditions search page lets you search for medical information from a variety of web sites, including children with DIABETES.
Items of Continuing Importance
- The Kassebaum-Kennedy Health Care Reform Act of 1995 (S.1028) needs your help.
- Parents should read about the Diabetes Prevention Trial and enroll non-diabetic siblings.
- The Friends database now has hundreds of names of parents, kids, teens and adults willing to exchange e-mail. Be sure to stop by and search for a new friend.
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