- Nicole Johnson, Miss America 1999, has Type 1 diabetes and uses an insulin pump. There's been quite a bit of news and excitement surrounding Miss Johnson in the last week.
- Chat with Miss America at ABC.com on Tuesday, September 29th at 4:30 p.m. EST.
- Miss America Is Celebrity Spokesperson and Advocate for Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International.
- Miss America Wears A Minimed Insulin Pump To Treat Her Diabetes.
- Test My Blood, Eat, Smile: I Feel Like Miss America by newspaper columnist Emily J. Minor was published in The Palm Beach Post on Wednesday, September 23, 1998.
- Nicole Johnson was one of two Miss America contestants with diabetes.
- Kerri Southard reminds us of the importance of being prepared for low blood sugar emergenices.
- Marianne G. Bange, a Registered Pharmacist and EMT joins the Diabetes Team as an Occasional Expert to answer your questions about drugs and medications.
- Needles, the highly-recommended autobiography of Andie Dominick, now has a web page with more information about the author and the book.
- JDF Government Relations Update reminds us that there is still time left to send your letters to Congress in support of diabetes research.
- The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (Akron, Ohio area) is sponsoring a fundraising walk on October 18th 1998. The 6k walk begins at Firestone Highschool Akron, Ohio. For more information contact Cyndy Gleason via E-mail at email@example.com.
- We review the Vaculance, a new lancing device designed to test in areas other than your finger tips.
- Aware Bear is just one of 15 delightful medical identification charms made by Miss Brooke's Company.
- Insuleeve is a color-coded sleeve to help you identify insulin vials so you won't mix them up.
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