Of Continuing Interest
- The Diabetes Team is seeking qualified health care professionals to help answer your questions.
- Kristine Lilly is conducting a survey run by the Child Study Center of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia and the University of Kansas Medical Center.
New This Week
- The browser-based chat rooms were modified slightly to accommodate longer messages without error.
- Assessing, Controlling, and Assuring the Quality of Medical Information on the Internet is an editorial by the Journal of the American Medical Association.
- Diabetes Miscellany has a discussion of the Gray Ribbon Campaign.
- New to Computerizing Your Meter is Healthmate, a diabetes management system for the Newton PDA by MedData Interactive. The website includes screen shots of the program and an excellent description of how it works.
- The Children's Nutrition Research Center, from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, has information about food and nurtition.
- MedicAlert South Africa describes what MedicAlert does and includes an application form.
- The Association for Glycogen Storage Disease helps people affected by GSD, who have an inherited defect in one of the enzymes responsible for forming or releasing glycogen as it is needed by the body during exercise and/or between meals. John Lamb has a daughter with GSD-1 and is willing to share information with other parents.
- Disetronic Medical Systems USA now has its own website, with information about the H-TRON plus V100 insulin pump.
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