- Children with Diabetes is now a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. In the coming weeks, there will be more information posted about the makeup of the corporation and how you can become a member and help support children with DIABETES.
- Allie Green, who is five years old and is a Daisy Girl Scout, tells us her story.
- We review Meals 'n Carbs, a computerized meal planning program for the PC and Macintosh.
- The Featured Book of the Week is The Ten Keys to Helping Your Child Grow Up With Diabetes by Tim Wysocki, Ph.D.
- ADA reports that NIH Declares: Diabetes Not a Priority.
- The Islet Foundation reports on the testimony before the Institute of Medicine Committee on the NIH Research Priority-Setting Process, given on April 3, 1998. Everyone should read this testimony.
- The Islet Foundation reports on the International Workshop on Xenotransplantation, held in New York City, 18-20 March 1998.
Alternative Therapies for Diabetes by the National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse summarizes several alternative approaches that some people claim help in the treatment of diabetes.
- Noninvasive Blood Glucose Monitors by the National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse summarizes the status of noninvasive meters.
- What are the Costs of Diabetes Mellitus?, by Thomas J Songer, PhD, Department of Epidemiology, University of Pittsburgh, is a 16-page slide show summarizing the costs of diabetes.
- OnHealth added the International Diabetes Center, headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to its web site last week.
- Dietary Exchange Table, from Meals for You, a site with thousands of recipes and meal plans, contains information about the ADA Exchanges.
- The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Cleveland Chapter has their newsletter on-line.
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