Across the United States and around the world, JDF walkers raise money to fund research that seeks to find a cure for diabetes and its complications. Contact the nearest JDF Chapter to learn how you can help. Across the United States, ADA walkers raise money to fund various activities, including support for camps for children with diabetes. Contact the nearest ADA Affiliate to learn how you can help. IBM US United Way Campaign
- We have a follow-up to the Cow's Milk Not Linked to Type 1 Diabetes report.
- We review the CheckMate Plus blood glucose monitoring system.
- Balance PC Diabetes Software appears to be a complete diabetes management system that includes downloading from several types of meters, event logging, diet and weight targets, and more. A review is forthcoming.
- Your Health Daily, an on-line publication of the The New York Times Syndicate, has several interesting articles related to diabetes:
- Childhood Diabetes Linked To Spring And Summer Birthdays
- Diabetics Need Emotional Support, Not Just Insulin
- Diabetes Control Can Prevent Complications
- Study: Diabetes Not Tied To Cow's Milk
- Dramatic Advances For Type 1 Diabetics
- Rich Chocolate Cheesecake makes an excellent dessert choice.
- For more recipes, see the Recipes from the Joslin Diabetes Gourmet Cookbook, courtesy of MediLife.
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