Back to Home What's New for 24 December 2000
  1. Join us for our special chat this week about Feelings Matter: Happy Holidays? When It's NOT Like A Greeting Card! with Wendy Satin-Rapaport, on Tuesday, December 26th at 9pm Eastern in the Feelings Matter chat room.

  2. Read the transcripts from our two special chats from last week:

    1. The Skinny on Fat from December 18th.

    2. Virtual Supprt Group: Type 2 Diabetes from December 20th.

  3. Camps for kids with diabetes with updated schedules for 2001 include:

    1. Camp Crestfield in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania offers excitement for kids with diabetes.

    2. Camp Glyndon in Marlyand provides a camping experience not only for kids with diabetes, but for their families too!

    3. Camp LADD is day camp for children with diabetes located in Cortland, N.Y.

    4. Diabetes Camp at Green Lane is located among hundreds of beautiful rolling acres in rural Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

  4. Low-Dose Ramipril Reduces Microalbuminuria in Type 1 Diabetic Patients Without Hypertension.

  5. Risk of Nephropathy Can Be Detected Before the Onset of Microalbuminuria During the Early Years After Diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes.

  6. Study confirms that hyperglycaemia plays a major role in the development of microvascular complications in kidneys and eyes, and emphasises the need for optimal glycaemic control in children and adolescents with Type 1 diabetes.

  7. Intensive diabetes management decreases Na-Li countertransport in young subjects with Type 1 diabetes and enlarged kidneys.

  8. New Zealand corporation shares patent on rights to research linking milk with the onset of diabetes.

  9. Study finds subtle evidence of recognition memory impairments in children of mothers with Type 1 diabetes.

  10. Novel cream being studied as possible aid in diabetic neuropathy.

  11. Yale researcher seeks to prevent diabetes in inner-city youths.

  12. Screening for the IDDM high-risk genotype. A rapid microtitre plate method using serum as source of DNA.

  13. Treatment of diabetic nephropathy.

  14. Study examined growth in kids with Type 1 diabetes.

  15. Episodes of Severe Hypoglycemia in Type 1 Diabetes Are Preceded and Followed within 48 Hours by Measurable Disturbances in Blood Glucose.

  16. High Prevalence of the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Hirsutism in Women with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus.

  17. Lack of Suppression of Glucagon Contributes to Postprandial Hyperglycemia in Subjects with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.

  18. Postnatal elimination of transplacentally acquired disease-associated antibodies in infants born to families with type 1 diabetes.

  19. The British Medical Journal reports on cases of dogs detecting hypoglycemia in owners.

  20. Insulin desensitization with insulin lispro and an insulin pump in a 5-year-old child.

  21. Brothers create new support system for people with diabetes.

  22. Low-Dose Aspirin Does Not Alter Kidney Function in Type 1 Diabetes. (Free Medscape membership required)

  23. Fasting and Diabetes Mellitus includes recommendations for fasting during Ramadan.

  24. The Washington Post ran an article about Type 2 in kids entitled 'Child-Onset' Diabetes.

  25. Michigan law would require insurers to cover equipment, education.

  26. A Metaphor of the Life with Type 1 Diabetes offers a perspective on the challenges of living with Type 1 diabetes.

  27. Jade's Cure for Diabetes promotes a book about living with diabetes, written by nine-year-old Jade. See also a news story about Jade.

  28. Pitt football player Turman overcomes diabetes, sets example for young kids with diabetes.

  29. A football player's 'selfless act' raises money for the cure.

  30. Ivanhoe's Medical Breakthroughs has information and news related to diabetes.

  31. Last week's poll asked readers if they ever skip meals. This week's poll asks readers if they reward their children to gain cooperation with insulin injections and blood tests.

  32. The Featured Book of the Week is Sugar-Free Toddlers by Susan Watson.

  33. Our page about the Alberta Foundation Islet Transplants is Worth a Look.

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