- We have updated information about our first event: Orlando 2000.
- Robin is 10 and lives in New Jersey.
- Justin is 9 years old and lives in Minnesota.
- Jennyfer is 14 and lives in Boulogne sur Mer, France.
- Molly is 12 and loves dancing.
- Adam's Corner is the home page for Adam, a five-year-old who was diagnosed when he was two.
- Camps for kids with diabetes that have updated dates for the 2000 camping season include:
- Camp LADD is day camp for children with diabetes located in Cortland, N.Y.
- Camp UTADA is for kids with diabetes in Utah.
- Georgia Diabetes Camp is new for 2000 and provides camp for 4th through 8th graders.
- Early detection in children essential to prevent type 2 diabetes complications.
- A new study has suggested that celiac disease is far more prevalent in the United States than previously believed.
- The incidence of type 1 diabetes is high and increasing in Sweden.
- Mayo Clinic study shows optimists survive longer than pessimists.
- Man with Type 1 diabetes sues Philadelphia over lockup.
- Last week's poll asked readers about their usual method of taking insulin. This week's poll asks readers who administers insulin if their child requires it at school.
- The Featured Book of the Week is The Kid's Choice Cookbook By Colleen Bartley & John Pateman.
- Guidelines for Treating Lows by Age is Worth a Look.
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