Of Continuing Interest
- Come to the Pasadena 2002 conference and try a pump! Three pump companies, Animas, Disetronic, and Medtronic MiniMed, will be offering this great opportunity for potential would-be pumpers. Anyone interested in wearing a pump (with saline) may do so Thursday and Friday at the conference. A prescription from your physician is required and must include the wording "insulin pump trial with saline."
New This Week
- Summer camps for kids with diabetes with updated information for the 2002 camping season include:
- The Barton Teenage Wilderness Adventure Program helps teens learn to manage the rigors of diabetes while overcoming the challenges of living outdoors, cooking meals over campfires and handling strenuous exercise.
- Camp KIDS and Camp Redbird are day camps for children with diabetes as young as six who live in Missouri.
- Camp EDI is a residential camp located at Camp Wyman, 30 minutes from St. Louis.
- Camp Hope provides summer camp for children with diabetes between the ages of 7 and 18 living in Wyoming.
- Join us for a special chat with Dr. Timothy Wysocki on Teens and Diabetes on Tuesday, April 30th at 9pm Eastern in the Dr. Wysocki chat room.
- We review the new InDuo, a combination blood glucose meter and insulin doser.
- We review Diabetes Type 2: Complete Food Management Program by Sherri Shafer, R.D., C.D.E.
- Delayed Gastric Emptying and Gastric Autoimmunity in Type 1 Diabetes.
- Predisposition to Atopic Symptoms to Inhaled Antigens May Protect From Childhood Type 1 Diabetes.
- Risk Factors for Development of Incipient and Overt Diabetic Nephropathy in Type 1 Diabetic Patients.
- Domperidone is more effective than cisapride in children with diabetic gastroparesis.
- Evaluation of Liver Function in Type 2 Diabetic Patients During Clinical Trials.
- Chromosomal anomalies among the offspring of women with gestational diabetes.
- Screening for abnormal glucose tolerance in adolescents with polycystic ovary syndrome.
- A patient with subcutaneous-insulin resistance treated by insulin lispro plus heparin.
- Cystic fibrosis-related diabetes: the role of peripheral insulin resistance and beta-cell dysfunction.
- Beneficial effects of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion in older patients with long-standing type 1 diabetes.
- Insulin pump therapy and rapid acting insulin: what have we learned?
- Efficacy, safety and indication of newly developed insulin analogs.
- Response to hypo- and hyperglycemia in adolescents with type I diabetes.
- Do Sensor Glucose Levels Accurately Predict Plasma Glucose Concentrations During Hypoglycemia and Hyperinsulinemia?
- The role of social support in the self-management of diabetes mellitus among a Hispanic population.
- FDA issues new safety guidelines for Avandia and Actos, two oral medications for type 2 diabetes.
- Assistant principal won't be punished for flap over medical device.
- Midway elementary schools focus on funds for diabetes research.
- Boy uses birthday to aid diabetes research.
- Last week's poll asked readers about which glucose meter they use most often. This week's poll asks readers which lancet they use.
- The Featured Product of the Week is the A1cNow Hemoglobin A1c Test, the first ever prescription at home test for HbA1c. Act now and receive a $1.00 discount off the purchase price of the single pack or a $2.00 discount off the two pack!
- The Featured Book of the Week is The Ten Keys to Helping Your Child Grow Up With Diabetes by Tim Wysocki, Ph.D.
- Our page about The Food Guide Pyramid is Worth a Look.
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