Of Continuing Interest
- Note to parents who completed the school survey:
Thanks to all of you and your overwhelming support of my thesis project--a handbook for parents of school-age children with diabetes. Your contributions made my work possible. I think we all learned from eachother, and hopefully the handbook will help those still struggling with problems with diabetes management in the schools. My handbook is being reviewed for medical and legal accuracy and then will be made available for your review in January. Please feel free to email me as some of you had asked questions but neglected to give me your email address.
New This Week
- children with DIABETES will be taking a holiday vacation beginning December 23 and ending around December 28. During this time, there will be no new cut-out e-mail addresses assigned to new Friends.
- New to Kids' Voices is Vlad Grosu, an 11 year old boy from Craiova, Romania.
- We review the Insulcap, a small, plastic device that can make drawing insulin easier.
- Stressors and their Moderators as Related to Behavior Problems in Children with Diabetes is the thesis of Zhinuam Yu, a graduate student in the Ph.D. program of the Psychology Department at Tulane University.
- Researchers report Evidence of a Relationship Between Childhood-Onset Type 1 Diabetes and Low Groundwater Concentration of Zinc
- Low Sugar Diabetic Recipes from Quaker Oats includes oatmeal raisin cookies, weighing at at 9 grams of carbohydrates per cookie.
- Disability Resources, Affiliates and Groups network (DRAGnet) provides computers to people with disabilities and disadvantaged individuals. If you know a child with diabetes who could benefit from a computer, contact DRAGnet and mention children with DIABETES.
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