- Janita is 13 and lives in the Netherlands.
- Stasi is 3 1/2 and just got the pump.
- Brian is almost 11 and wants to try the pump.
- Sheena's Diabetic page is written by a Sheena, who uses a pump.
- Join us for a chat about Food Matters: I Am the Count! Fat and Carb Counting to Meet Your Goals hosted by Lea Ann Holzmeister on Monday, October 16th at 9:00 pm Eastern US in the "Food Matters" chat room.
- Read the transcript from last week's chat about The False Promise of Fat-Free Foods with Betty Brackenridge.
- Halloween Treats from Diabetic Lifestyle offers tips for helping kids with diabetes at Halloween.
- You can play Endocrine Hangman at the Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society website.
- TheraSense is funding camp scholarships for kids with diabetes through diabetes educators.
- Young girl raises money for diabetes research.
- Chasing a Cure is the story of a mother and daughter with diabetes who will join in an ADA walk.
- Study finds pump therapy improves control even in patients who were successfully using multiple injection therapy.
- Hypoglycaemia induced by exogenous insulin – 'human' and animal insulin compared.
- Study found that HbA1c levels in individual patients remain remarkably stable over time, and that the HbA1c level shortly after starting insulin is a predictor of future glycaemic control.
- Study examined metabolic characteristics and urine albumin excretion rate in relation to pubertal maturation in Type 1 diabetes.
- Evaluation of diagnostic reliability of DCA 2000 for rapid and simple monitoring of HbA1c.
- Study reports on alveolar bone loss in type 1 diabetic subjects.
- Case study of 46-year-old man who died from DKA stresses the importance of proper diabetes education and care.
- Cerebral oedema during treatment of diabetic ketoacidosis: are we any nearer finding a cause?
- Article reviews Infectious Emergencies in Patients With Diabetes.
- ClinicalTrials.gov has information about clinical trials of all kinds. Two of the many trials related to diabetes include:
- Study seeks to determine if ingested interferon alpha prolongs the honeymoon period.
- Study is exploring Depression In Juvenile Diabetics.
- Using the internet to access confidential patient records: a case study.
- Diabetes group tries to get word to Latinos.
- The "Virtual Naval Hospital" has guidelines for treating Diabetic Ketoacidosis.
- Study reports on novel hepatoselective insulin analog.
- New perspectives for gene therapy in endocrinology.
- Infections and risk of Type I (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus in Lithuanian children.
- The World Health Organization International Collaborative Study for Islet Cell Antibodies.
- HbA1c late in pregnancy of women with Type 1 diabetes correlates with birthweight.
- Study of craniofacial morphology and skeletal maturation in juvenile diabetics (Type I).
- Study examined what happened to injection and monitoring material after its use by diabetic patients in different countries.
- Lecture explored Endocrinology in the New Millenium.
- A web site called The Child Advocate has information about Diabetes Issues in the School and Classroom (includes pump issues) and Diabetes Testing in the Classroom.
- Synergy Diet sells low carbohydrate, low sugar, high protein, foods and beverages.
- Last week's poll asked readers what sweetener they use most often when cooking. This week's poll asks readers about sick-day supplies they have on hand.
- The Featured Book of the Week is Needles: A Memoir of Growing Up With Diabetes by Andie Dominick.
- Readers' Favorite Recipes are Worth a Look.
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