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  1. Monica is 2 1/2 and was diagnosed in June 2000.

  2. Eliza Jayne is four years old and just started pre-school.

  3. We have a new Information for Roommates page to help college kids with diabetes broach the subject of diabetes with their roommates.

  4. Join us for a chat about Food Matters: Fast and Flavorful: Tasty Meals with Less Effort hosted by Robyn Webb on Monday, October 2nd at 9:00 pm Eastern US in the "Food Matters" chat room.

  5. You can read the transcript from last week's chat about Food Matters: Restaurant Eating: Focus on Fast Foods.

  6. The New Jersey Department of Education has published its Guidelines for the Care of Students with Diabetes in the School Setting.

  7. Parents file suit in Orlando to force schools to allow glucagon injections if needed.

  8. Researchers Discover New Genetic Culprit in Type 2 Diabetes.

  9. Dr. Glenn McGee of the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Bioethics discusses the discovery of the new diabetes gene.

  10. Waiting to inhale – news for the diabetes market reports on the progress of inhaled insulin.

  11. Glycemic Control Worse in African-American Children With Diabetes Than in Whites. (Free Medscape membership required)

  12. JDF co-sponsored a workshop on Hypoglycemia And The Brain.

  13. Newspaper article Eat well with diabetes discusses the glycemic index.

  14. High levels of antibodies to GAD associated with worse glycemic control and worse peripheral nerve function in type 1 diabetes.

  15. Reduced acute rejection and superior 1-year renal allograft survival with basiliximab in patients with diabetes mellitus.

  16. Patients with type 1 diabetes who are aware of their hypoglycaemic episodes can drive just as safely as controls, even during periods when they have moderate hypoglycaemia.

  17. Study shows that endurance training improved the lipid profile in already physically active type 1 diabetic men.

  18. Study suggests that children with Type 1 diabetes do not have a pervasive deficit in speed of information processing.

  19. Outcome of pregnancy in diabetic women in northeast England and in Norway.

  20. Study finds that eating whole-grain products may decrease the risk of Type 2 diabetes mellitus.

  21. Study shows that people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes often have signs of disease 10 to 13 years before diagnosis.

  22. Paper reports on the varying types of HbA1c assays.

  23. In recent weeks, many local ADA and JDF chapters have held their annual fundraising walks. Here are some local reports from around the country:

    1. Walkers brave cold for charity.

    2. Walkers take on diabetes.

    3. 5 generations join 8th diabetes walk for life.

    4. Boy manages his diabetes; able to join 700 in walk.

    5. Search for cure fuels walk in park.

    6. Walk this way.

  24. IBM employees can donate to the Diabetes Research Institute through the IBM 2000 Employee/Retiree Charitable Contribution Campaign.

  25. 'Golden Voice of Soul' Talks About Living with Type 2 Diabetes.

  26. Last week's poll asked readers what they thought of sweets with regard to diabetes management. This week's poll asks readers why they visit this web site.

  27. The Featured Book of the Week is The Ten Keys to Helping Your Child Grow Up With Diabetes by Tim Wysocki, Ph.D.

  28. Computerizing Your Meter is Worth a Look.

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