Of Continuing Interest
- If you're coming to Orlando 2000, we've got updates.
- What You Need to Know about Type 2 Diabetes in Children.
- We're running a Diabetes and Allergy Survey.
New This Week
- Jace is 3 1/2 and was diagnosed when he was 28 months old.
- Caitriona is 12 and and lives in Ireland.
- Allison is almost 12 and recently started using a pump.
- Bliss is eight and lives in Hawaii.
- Camps for kids with diabetes that have updated dates for the 2000 camping season include:
- Camp Needles in the Pines is a one-week resident camp in Eastern North Carolina.
- Camp Sugarbugs offers a family camping experience for kids in Tennessee.
- Camp Carowanis, in Ste-Agthe-des-Monts in the Laurentians, is looking for counselors for the 2000 camping season.
- You can read that ADA position statement on the withdrawl of Rezulin from the US market.
- ADA's Rally for a Cure was held March 19-21 in Washington, DC.
- Outpatient management of children with diabetes explores the question of whether to admit newly diagnosed children with diabetes. Be sure to read the response of Ellen Ullman, regular visitor to Children with Diabetes.
- Report of the Expert Committee on the Diagnosis and Classification of Diabetes Mellitus reviews the new diagnostic criteria for diabetes pubished by the American Diabetes Association. (Free Medscape membership required)
- New science may mean no more pins and needles for injections.
- Studies review neonatal hyperinsulinism.
- Stevia not ready for FDA approval, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
- Read the transcript of the chat with Tom Dawson, NBC television producer.
- We've updated our mirror of Rick Mendosa's On-line Diabetes Resources.
- DiaMac is a diabetes analysis system for users of Macintosh computers.
- Last week's poll asked readers if they have considered therapy for themselves or their child to help cope with diabetes. This week's poll asks readers about their use of e-mail to communicate with their diabetes team.
- The Featured Book of the Week is Growing Up With Diabetes: What Children Want Their Parents to Know by Alicia McAuliffe.
- Information on Diabetes for Classmates is Worth a Look.
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