- Are you an artist? Or a poet? Or a writer? If so, and if you've used art to express your feelings about living with diabetes, please send us copies of your works of art, poetry, or story and we'll publish it in our new Art section. See How to Contribute to learn how to submit your work.
- I Got Diabetes is a poem by Craig McAlister Broadhurst, M.Ed, NCC.
- This is the week for new information about blood glucose meters.
- We review the new LifeScan FastTake meter.
- We review the new AccuCheck Complete meter.
- We've updated the reviews of blood test meters, taking into account the many new meters and up-to-date pricing of test strips. Be sure to have a look at the graphical representation of test strip prices and speed of test results.
- If you think you can you tell one blood test strip from another, try our little quiz in Test Strips for Today's Meters.
- Summer camps for kids with diabetes with updated information this week include:
- Camp Floyd Rogers in Omaha, Nebraska, offers June camping for kids with diabetes ages 8 to 18.
- Camp Granada is a resident camp in Monticello, Illinois.
- Research Offers Promise of Diabetes Cure is a transcript of a television news report on islet cell research.
- JDF reminds us that House and Senate Committees Nearing Action on Diabetes Research Funding Bills.
- Budding young chef's will love I Made It Myself! by Sandra Nissenberg, R.D. and Heather Nissenber.
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