Back to Home What's New for 5 November 2000
  1. In October 2000, the Diabetes Team pubished 232 answers to questions sent in by our readers.

  2. Join us for a special chat on Decommissioning the Food Police with Betty Brackenridge on Monday, November 6 at 9pm Eastern in the Food Matters Room.

  3. Be sure to read the transcripts of last week's special chats:

    1. Food Matters: Restaurant Eating: Go Ethnic! with Hope Warshaw from October 30th.

    2. Your Virtual Support Group: Type 1 Diabetes with Kris Swenson and Betty Brackenridge, from November 1st.

  4. The need to find a method of successful islet transplantation using fewer donor islets and a way to do so without immunosuppression were two of the more important issues discussed at the October 28, 2000 Diabetes Research Institute Foundation Research Update in New York City.

  5. Dr. Anne Peters writes about being Gary Hall's endocrinologist.

  6. Everyone Who's Anyone Turns Out for Splashy 'Carousel' Stars, has-beens mix at L.A. benefit.

  7. Golf tournament makes hole-in-one for diabetes.

  8. Diabetes-Holidays offers holidays with empowerment groups for persons with diabetes and their partners in the Bavarian Alps.

  9. JDF changes name to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International.

  10. IDF: Diabetes On The Rise World-Wide.

  11. RiteAid pharmacies offer free diabetes screenings in the US.

  12. Yale University accepted a $5 million grant from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Wednesday to establish a center to study and control low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia.

  13. Last week's poll asked readers if they attend diabetes retreats. This week's poll asks readers about who is responsible for arranging refills of diabetes prescriptions and supplies.

  14. The Featured Book of the Week is Sweet Kids: How to Balance Diabetes Control & Good Nutrition with Family Peace by Betty Page Brackenridge, MS, RD, CDE and Richard R. Rubin, PhD, CDE.

  15. How to Say "I Have Diabetes" in Many Languages is Worth a Look.

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