- children with DIABETES marks its third anniversary in June 1998. With over 10 million pages served in the past three years, children with DIABETES has evolved from a very humble web site to one of the largest web sites related to diabetes in the world. In May, 1998, we served 583,545 pages to 46,969 visitor sessions from 99 countries. Our thanks to everyone who visits and helps to make children with DIABETES the on-line community for everyone with diabetes.
- Next week, children with DIABETES will report from the American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions conference in Chicago, Illinois.
- A Life With Diabetes is written by Denise Kay Gordon.
- On Wednesday, June 3, 1998, members of the LifeScan FastTake product team hosted a special chat session to answer questions about the new meter. If you missed the chat, you can read the transcript.
- Ayden Byle, a young Canadian with Type 1 diabetes, is on a five-month journey across Canada to raise money to help find a cure.
- LifeScan recalls SureStep meters made before August 1997.
- Mersey Clinical Research Seeks Patients with Type 1 Diabetes for Study of Investigational Drug to Improve Metabolic Control.
- Growing Up With Diabetes: What Children Want Their Parents to Know is an excellent book for parents of children with diabetes.
- We review The Gift of the Pirate Queen by Patricia Reilly Giff.
- New recipies in our collection include:
- Novo Nordisk USA has its own web site, featuring descriptions of its insulin products and educational material.
- Novo Nordisk and Aradigm sign worldwide agreement to develop a pulmonary insulin delivery system. See also a streaming video presentation.
- Becton-Dickenson offers advice on preparing for emergencies and natural disasters.
- Maple Grove Farm makes an excellent sugar-free maple-flavored syrup.
- Paddock Labs, maker of Glutose® emergency glucose, has information about The Rule Of 15 (also available in Spanish) and their newsletter on-line.
- The Diabetes Support/Information Board exists to "to promote the discussion of diabetes amoungst those who have diabetes, those who know someone who has diabetes and those who are interested in finding out more about the disease."
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