- The annual DRI A World of Hope Conference will be held on Saturday, February 9, 2002 at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood, Florida.
- Sarah is 15 and lives in England.
- Daniel is 4 and lives in Arkansas.
- You can have The Pump Girls perform at your event.
- Summer camps for kids with diabetes with updated information for the 2002 camping season include:
- Camp Bluebonnet is a summer day camp in Youngsport, Texas.
- Camp Buck at Lake Tahoe is celebrating 13 years of camping.
- Camp Carolina Trails offers A Week of Fun and Friendship for kids in North Carolina.
- Camp DJ Sequoia Lake offers teens ages 13 to 17 an adventure among the Giant Sequoia trees near Kings Canyon National Park.
- Camp Floyd Rogers in Omaha, Nebraska, offers June camping for kids with diabetes ages 8 to 18.
- Camp Hertko Hollow, near Des Moines, Iowa, includes a two-story tree house and a real train caboose.
- Camp Leo near Tacoma, Washington, offers kids a wonderful time in the great outdoors.
- Camp Vegas offers summer camp for kids and a family camp session in the mountains southwest of Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Gore Range Diabetic Adventure provides four days of days hiking, fishing and peak climbing in the Colorado Rockies.
- Twin Lakes Diabetes Camp in Mississippi hosts kids ages 7 to 17.
- Read the transcript of the Pasadena 2002 Conference Chat with Laura Billetdeaux, events coordinator, held on Wednesday, January 16th.
- We review the new Accu-Chek Active blood glucose meter.
- We have an updated version of the Glucose monitor spreadsheet comparison by Tom Bartol.
- Medtronic MiniMed is donating $25 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation for everyone who fills out an online form, up to a total of $15,000.
- Injection Locator is a product that helps insulin users rotate the site of their insulin injections.
- Impaired intellectual development in children with Type I diabetes: association with HbA1c, age at diagnosis and sex.
- Clinical Trials Begin for Novel Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus.
- The Howard Hughes Medical Bulletin from December 2001 includes a report on the institutes efforts related to diabetes.
- Pregnancy and progression of diabetic nephropathy.
- Succesful transplantation of human islets in recipients bearing a kidney graft.
- Increased incidence in post-transplant diabetes mellitus in children: a case-control analysis.
- Vitamin D and Diabetes.
- Researchers Find Molecular Link Between Obesity, Diabetes. See also Diabetes: Leptin signal.
- Parents should read the ADA's position statement on Care of Children With Diabetes in the School and Day Care Setting.
- Dancing With Many Different Ghosts: Treatment of youth with type 2 diabetes.
- Doctors worried about threat to supplies of animal insulin.
- Canoe Diabetes Focus has links to online videos about diabetes care.
- VA study: 'Opportunistic' screening for diabetes pays off.
- UK School says it 'did not discriminate' against boy with diabetes by banning him from attending a field trip.
- Daughter's quick thinking saves mother's life.
- Hero award goes to alert boy.
- Football Aid in the UK is raising money to help fund research aimed at curing type 1 diabetes.
- Last week's poll asked readers if they use alternative site testing for blood glucose monitoring. This week's poll asks readers if they consider the glycemic index of food in their meal planning.
- The Featured Book of the Week is I've Got a Secret by Jade Elizabeth Gamber.
- Our page on Carrying Cases is Worth a Look.
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