- On January 3, 1999, the chat room program was updated to provide improved performance and require less resources on the server. If you have problems, access to the chat rooms via the old chat room program is still available.
- Alyssa Nicole Banda lives in Alaska and goes to Kindergarten.
- Vaughan is seven years old and likes to swim.
- The Diabetes Wellness Retreat 1999 will be held at the Grosvener Resort, Walt Disney World, Florida, from March 4-7, 1999.
- Juvenile Diabetes Booklet, written by Pat Solomon, contains an excellent introduction to diabetes for families with newly diagnosed kids.
- Cygnus Plans June 1999 Submission to the FDA for Marketing Approval of the GlucoWatch Monitor for People with Diabetes.
- The Nevada Diabetes Association for Children and Adults is committed to helping anyone with diabetes enjoy a better quality of life and to create programs of excellence in Nevada to reduce the impact of diabetes in our state.
- Maggie Watkinson, lecturer practitioner in Diabetes Nursing at Oxford Brookes University, highlights the need for drug abuse information for teens and young adults with diabetes.
- Camp Carowanis, a bilingual summer camp for diabetic boys and girls ages 8 to 15, has updated information for the 1999 summer camping season.
- The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation has a new set of public service announcements for 1999 that stress that insulin is not a cure.
- The Diabetes Well has information about intensive diabetes management.
- Primary Care Clinical Practice Guidelines offers links to clinical care information about diabetes and many other conditions.
- Last week's poll asked readers what they use to treat hypoglycemia. This week's poll asks readers about the diabetes care products that are paid for by their insurance.
- The Featured Book of the Week is The Dinosaur Tamer and Other Stories for Children with Diabetes by Marcia Levine Mazur, Peter Banks and Andrew Keegan.
- Cream Cheese and Jelly Cookies offer a tasty treat.
- Have you traveled to a theme park or resort recently? If so, please let us know how "diabetes friendly" it was. Important considerations include proximity to health care facilities and pharmacies, ready availability of food, enough rest rooms, as well as tolerance for diabetes care procedures. We'll be collecting reports and publishing a Traveling with Diabetes Report to help families with diabetes better plan their vacation destinations. Send your reports to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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