Of Continuing Interest
New This Week
- Rock Black, a four-year old with diabetes, shares his story with us.
- Linda Mackowiak, RN, MS, FNP, CDE joins the Diabetes Team to help answer your questions.
- Classification and Diagnosis of Diabetes contains the new ADA guidelines, announced June 23, 1997 at the 57th Annual Scientific Sessions.
- Camp Hickory Hill, located in Missouri, has updated information.
- The Rainbow Club is a summer day camp for kids in Old Greenwich, Connecticut.
- We review the new and vastly improved Soft Touch® lancet and Adjustable Soft Touch® Lancing Device.
- We've updated the review of the AccuCheck Advantage blood glucose meter to reflect several important product updates.
- The MiniMed Sof-serter sof-set insertion device makes inserting your sof-set easy and pain-free.
- The Insulin-Free World Foundation promotes the development of, awareness for, and access to insulin free treatments for people diagnosed with insulin-dependent diabetes. Their site contains information about transplants.
- Kids Learn About Diabetes was created by Brendan Hannemann. He has a younger sister and brother with diabetes.
- The JDF urges Americans to contact your Representative and/or Senator regarding NIH funding.
- The JDF Government Relations Page has updated material.
- The Diabetes Prevention Program at the University of Washington in Seattle seeks men and women age 25 or older who are likely to get Type 2 diabetes.
- Progetto Diabete is a new Italian-language web site.
- Asociacion Latinoamericana de Diabetes (ALAD), from Buenos Aires, Argentina, is a website for Latin Americans with diabetes.
- The Diabetics Division of the National Federation of the Blind explains how it supports diabetics who are losing their vision.
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Last Updated: Thursday January 22, 2015 14:28:27
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