- Michelle Winkler, a second grader with diabetes, tells us her story.
- Groundhog Bob's IDDM Burrow is written by Donna Wyman, mother of Bob, who has Type 1 diabetes.
- Just in time for school, we updated information about Hypoglycemia and Guidelines for Treating Lows by Age.
- Diabetes Cure Now, a group that works to increase awareness of the need for a cure, has a list of famous people with diabetes. (Most have Type 2, as would be expected.)
- Glucom v2.0 claims to be the easiest diabetes control and management software. You can download a free evaluation copy.
- California Assembly Bill 221 "... would authorize blood glucose testing for the purposes of monitoring a minor child with diabetes to be performed in a child day care facility." If you live in California, find your Assembly representative and express your support for the bill.
- The Centers for Disease Control is sponsoring Diabetes: Control is Prevention, a conference that will be held via satellite on October 30, 1997 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The goals of the conference are:
- Increase awareness of the impact of diabetes
- Highlight existing efforts to reduce the burden of diabetes
- Mobilize communities to action to improve diabetes outcomes
- The American Board of Medical Specialities web site allows you to verify that your doctor is board certified.
- Dr. Greene's HouseCalls, an informational web site dealing with pediatric questions, answers a question about diabetes (and mentions children with DIABETES).
- Application of information technology in clinical diabetes care, from the journal Medical Informatics, discusses the application of information technology in clinical diabetes care.
- The list of Global Diabetes Organizations has been updated and indexed.
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