- In July 1996, children with DIABETES delivered 88,777 web pages during 12,501 user sessions. Visitors came from 66 different countries. See the Web Site Activity Report for more details.
- To assist travelers with diabetes, visitors from around the world are requested to send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with how to say "I Have Diabetes" in their native language. If your native language can't be represented by characters on your computer, you can attach a graphic to the e-mail. In several weeks, a complete list will be published.
- New to Kids' Voices is Michelle, a second grader who like dancing (jazz and ballet).
- If you have an old meter to dispose of, read about LifeScan's Meter Recycling Program.
- Diabetes Basics has the following new links to information about diabetes:
- New Marker for Diabetes Identified from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
- Insulin-Dependent Diabetes from MedAccess
- Awareness of Chronic Health Conditions: What the Teacher Should Know from the Ministry of Education, British Columbia, Canada.
- News & Information has several new stories:
- Florida researchers embark on major studies of oral insulin capsule to prevent diabetes (April 25, 1996)
- A Potential New Diabetes Treatment Would Help Patients Grow New Pancreas Cells -- In Their Arm (1 August 1996)
- Novo Nordisk files suit against Eli Lilly over Lilly's marketing of new insulin cartidges. (1 August 1996)
- JDF Legislative Alert: Status of NIH Funding (29 July 1996)
- The Finnish Diabetes Association web site describes its activities.
- Ryan's Guide To Diabetes For Kids is written by Ryan, a 13 year old living in Michigan.
- GLUCOSE.exe is a program for downloading data from a Onetouch (II or Profile) or Accu-Chek (II, Advantage, or Easy) glucose testing meter and creating a useful printed output.
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