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  1. Emma is seven and lives in England.

  2. Ashlie was diagnosed in January 1995.

  3. Read the transcript from the Holiday Feelings chat with Dr. Jill Weissberg-Benchell that was held on Monday, December 17th.

  4. Amira stops selling AtLast meter; strip sales to continue until April 30, 2002.

  5. The Centers for Disease Control has a collection of diabetes clip art, which can help kids who are writing reports about diabetes.

  6. The Center For Behavioral Medicine Research at the University of Virginia is conducting a study of biologic and behavioral factors leading to low and high blood sugar levels in people with diabetes who are taking insulin. If you reside in Virginia, and are willing to test your (or your child's) blood glucose at least four times a day, you can receive a free new One Touch Ultra blood glucose meter, up to six months of free meter supplies, 2-3 free glycosylated hemoglobins, and up to $250 in compensation.

  7. Autoantibody Response to Islet Transplantation in Type 1 Diabetes. (Free Medscape membership required)

  8. Blink reflex abnormalities in diabetes mellitus.

  9. Insulin antibodies are associated with lipoatrophy but also with lipohypertrophy in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes.

  10. Peripheral neuropathy in young-old and old-old patients.

  11. INGAP Research Reaches Human Trials.

  12. Anticonvulsants for neuropathic pain syndromes.

  13. Microvascular correlates of blood pressure, plasma glucose, and insulin resistance in health.

  14. Association of acanthosis nigricans with race and metabolic disturbances in obese women.

  15. The Journal of Diabetes Nursing is the journal for professionals working in the field of diabetes nursing.

  16. Environmental Contaminants as Etiologic Factors for Diabetes.

  17. Home Testing Of Fructosamine Improves Glycemic Control In Patients With Diabetes.

  18. Beneficial effects of intensive therapy of diabetes during adolescence: Outcomes after the conclusion of the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT).

  19. Coping strategies of parents facing child diabetes mellitus.

  20. Respite care users who have children with chronic conditions: Are they getting a break?

  21. Children's understanding of illness: Students' assessments.

  22. Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: A Kitchen Table Approach.

  23. Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act (S.1789) encourages drug companies to test their products for use by children.

  24. Local researcher's work may lead to new diabetes treatment.

  25. Musical doctors boast a diabetes program of note.

  26. The "Let's Face Diabetes" auction at eBay is sponsored by the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) and GlaxoSmithKline. Proceeds benefit the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) Foundation to help educate patients about how to manage diabetes.

  27. WebMD offers an illustrated guide to Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

  28. Last week's poll asked readers how often they skip a meal. This week's poll asks readers if they or their child with diabetes consume foods with artificial sweeteners.

  29. The Featured Book of the Week is The ADA Guide to Healthy Restaurant Eating by Hope S. Warshaw, MMsc, RD, CDE.

  30. As you prepare for holiday feasting, our page about the Food Guide Pyramid is Worth a Look.

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