- If you don't have a Children with Diabetes T-shirt or sweatshirt, now's the time to order. Money raised through the sale of T-shirts and sweatshirts helps pay for the cost of bringing children with DIABETES to you.
- Please take a few moments to fill out our survey. Your input is important, and you could win a free sweatshirt!
- New to Kids' Voices are:
- Katie Montgomery, who tells us about the change of a lifetime
- Andrew "Pooh Bear" Graham, who was diagnosed just before he was three
- Read the latest about the GlucoWatch by Cygnus, Inc., the most promising non-invasive meter under development today.
- When you Search for a Friend, you'll now be able to tell who has a photo on-line right away. Friends with photos on-line will have the smiley face icon after their name. See the contributions page for information on how to send in your photo.
- The Message Board now includes Previous, Next, Next Topic, Previous Topic and Next Unread Topic links at the bottom of each message. Thanks to Eleanor O'Neill for the suggestion.
- The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Rocky Mountain Chapter Invites You to Attend RESEARCH UPDATE 1996.
- The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation has new information about their Diabetes Interdisciplinary Research Programs (DIRPs).
- Joan Fleitas, Assistant Professor of Nursing at Fairfield University School of Nursing, and a Doctoral Candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University, has undertaken a project called Band-Aids and Blackboards: When Chronic Illness Goes to School that will put information about kids living with chronic illnesses on the web. She is interested in hearing from kids and parents.
- We have two new recipes in time for the fall holiday season:
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Last Updated: Thursday August 29, 2002 20:59:52
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