- We report on our recent conference, It's a New Day In Diabetes, held at Disney World.
- Carlitos is 4 and lives in Miami, Florida.
- Alfonso is 10 and loves karate.
- Rufus meets hockey legend Bobby Orr.
- We've updated our page about insulin pumps.
- Camp Sunshine in Maine offers camp for kids with diabetes and other medical conditions.
- In July 2001, Children with Diabetes delivered over 1.1 million pages and had over 215,000 visitor session.
- In July 2001, we published the Diabetes Team published 225 answers to questions, bringing the total number of questions and answers online to 8,026.
- "Teens and Diabetes: Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll" was presented by Dr. Francine Kaufman and Dr. Richard Rubin at our conference at Disney World.
- Join us for our monthly Virtual Support Group: Type 1 Diabetes chat with Betty Brackenridge and Kris Swenson, to be held on Wednesday, August 8th at 9pm Eastern in the Virtual Support Room.
- We've teamed up with Diabetic Express as our preferred online pharmacy. Please stop by their store and see what they have to offer.
- We review I've Got a Secret, a new book for kids with diabetes.
- We review Optimal Pumping: A Guide to Good Health with Diabetes.
- We review Sweet Blood & Fury.
- DiBon Systems makes diabetes temporary tattoos for kids.
- Simple Therapy Cures Mice Of Type I Diabetes.
- Autoimmune Diabetes Not Requiring Insulin at Diagnosis (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of the Adult): Definition, characterization, and potential prevention. (Full text at Diabetes Care)
- Platelet dysfunction in type 2 diabetes. (Full text at Diabetes Care)
- Longitudinal study of urinary albumin excretion in young diabetic patients--Wessex Diabetic Nephropathy Project.
- Oral insulin is on the horizon.
- The Effect of Acute Hypoglycemia on Brain Function and Activation. (Full text at Diabetes and Medscape)
- Prevalence of coeliac disease in siblings of patients with Type I diabetes is related to the prevalence of DQB1*02 allele.
- Autoantibodies Present in Almost All New-Onset Type 1 Diabetes Cases. (Free Medscape membership required)
- Long-term islet allograft function in the absence of chronic immunosuppression.
- Inhaled insulin passes 2-year clinical trial.
- The best defense against hypoglycemia is to recognize it: is caffeine useful?.
- FDA issued revised labeling guidelines for EMLA cream in 1998.
- The adequacy of diabetic care for children in a developing country.
- What Is So Bad About a Big Baby?.
- Impact of Diabetes on Long-Term Survival After Acute Myocardial Infarction: Comparability of risk with prior myocardial infarction. (Full text at Diabetes Care)
- The marital relationship and psychosocial adaptation and glycemic control of individuals with diabetes. (Full text at Diabetes Care)
- Hanging 365 for a cause: A surfer's year of living generously reports on man who surfed every day for a year to raise money for diabetes. See also Catch a Wave for Gus.
- Diabetes Technologies offers an in-home A1c kit and has information about the HbA1c test.
- Last week's poll asked readers how often they inject insulin through clothing. This week's poll asks readers if they've considered switching to Lantus (insulin glargine).
- The Featured Book of the Week is The Best Year of My Life by Jed Block.
- Could You Have Diabetes And Not Know It? is Worth a Look.
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