- Children with Diabetes is now part of Diabetes123, a new company devoted to being the best source of diabetes information and services on the Internet.
- Preregister for the new Diabetes123 and receive a free online diabetes education class when we launch our new services.
- Last week, over 100 families from four countries from Children with Diabetes gathered in Orlando, Florida.
- Looking for a little extra help or support? Try searching the Friends Database. With over 5,700 names in the database, you're sure to find someone.
- Camps for kids with diabetes that have updated information include:
- CODA Kid's Camp is a summer day camp for kids ages 3 through 7 near Columbus, Ohio.
- Stepping Stones Day Camp is a summer day camp for new campers ages 8 through 12 near Columbus,
- The New England Journal of Medicine moved up publication of Islet Transplantation in Seven Patients with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Using a Glucocorticoid-free Immunosuppressive Regimen.
- Young women with diabetes at increased risk for eating disorders.
- Study finds less hypoglycemia with insulin glargine in intensive insulin therapy for type 1 diabetes.
- Nutrition and Your Health: Dietary Guidelines for Americans offers the latest nutritional advice from the US Department of Health and Human Services and the US Department of Agriculture.
- Study finds fixed mixture of 75% lispro and 25% NPL "does not offer advantages regarding glycemic control, frequency of hypoglycemia, well-being, or treatment satisfaction."
- Idaho drops blanket ban that prohibited people with diabetes from being school bus drivers.
- The American Diabetes Association has launched a new Youth Zone web site.
- Jean Betschart is scheduled to host an on-line chat at DiabetesWebSite.com on "Children's Issues" on June 13 at 6:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time.
- Last week's poll asked readers how often they check their blood sugar each day. This week's poll asks readers about which medication they or their child takes for their diabetes.
- The Featured Book of the Week is Stop the Rollercoaster: How to Take Charge of Your Blood Sugars in Diabetes by John Walsh, P.A., C.D.E., Ruth Roberts, M.A., and Lois Jovanovic-Peterson, M.D.
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