- The page layout of children with DIABETES has been completely updated. The New Look page will show you how to navigate. Please send your comments about the new layout to email@example.com.
- The Diabetes Team has answered 1,673 questions through the end of January 1998. If you have a question about diabetes, we have the answer.
- Andrea Grishman shares with us her feelings when her son Eric was diagnosed
- New to Kids' Voices this week are
- Ashly, who brings us up to date;
- Nicole, now 13, who was diagnosed when she was two; and
- TJ, a seven year old who was diagnosed a year ago.
- We debut a new section on Scholarships and Awards for kids with diabetes. Be sure to read about Tennis Players Ages 14-21 with Type 1 Diabetes Eligible for $5,000 Award.
- It's time to begin planning for summer camp. Many camps have updated information for 1998, including Camp Kno Koma in West Virginia.
- The Featured Book of the Week is How to Write an I.E.P. by John Arena. If you're having trouble with your child's school, this book is a must read.
- If you're interested in non-invasive monitoring, you should read The Race for a Painless Monitor by Rick Mendosa.
- The Dietary Exchange Table, published by Meals for You, has a complete summary of the ADA Exchange system.
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