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New This Week
- Please take a survey about your experiences with blood test meters and diabetes information on the Internet.
- Eight-year-old Heather writes about using a pump.
- Liz DeMello has been making gray ribbons and shares with us a poem she includes with each.
- Bonnie and Will Morneault recount their experiences with the diagnosis of their eleven-year-old son Max.
- Patti writes about her son Mathias.
- Visit the web site of the Ray Williams Institute of Paediatric Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism in Westmead, Australia, and read the APEG Handbook on Childhood and Adolescent Diabetes. The handbook "reflects an Australian national approach to the management of childhood and adolescent diabetes."
- A new Advocacy section debuts today. The first story is about Margaret Himelfarb, who needs your help to convince the U.S. Postal Service to issue a diabetes awareness postage stamp.
- The Diabetes Monitor has a new page about Non-proven methods of diabetes therapy (diabetes quackery).
- The Featured Book of the Week is It's Time to Learn About Diabetes by Jean Betschart, MN, RN, CDE.
- Visit the home page of the Asociación Mexicana de Diabetes en Tamaulipas for information about diabetes in Spanish.
- The Mediterranean Diabetes Centre, based in Malta, offers special emphasis to Meditteranean cultures.
- The Mission of the Northern Diabetes Health Network is to ensure that people in Northern Ontario have reasonable access to a broad range of diabetes programs and services to improve their quality of life.
- The Kid's Choice Cookbook is a cookbook for kids with diabetes. It contains recipes for the kinds of food that all kids love to eat, such as pizzas, tacos, burgers, milkshakes, cakes, cookies and more!
- Twin Peaks Gourmet Food has a selection of sugar-free foods. Visitors from children with DIABETES will receive a 10% discount.
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Last Updated: Thursday January 22, 2015 14:28:40
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