Of Continuing Interest
- Let everyone know that insulin is not a cure by wearing a CWD bracelet.
- We've revamped our photos of diabetes care in interesting places section. Please take a picture to add to the collection.
New This Week
- Lindsey was diagnosed in October 2004.
- Summer camps for kids with diabetes that have updated information for the 2005 camping season include:
- Camp Hendon provides a summer camping experience for kids ages 8 to 17 in Kentucky.
- Prevalence of Visual Impairment and Selected Eye Diseases Among Persons Aged >50 Years With and Without Diabetes --- United States, 2002.
- The rising incidence of childhood type 1 diabetes and reduced contribution of high-risk HLA haplotypes.
- Protecting Pancreatic beta-cells.
- Bone mineral acquisition in adolescents with type 1 diabetes.
- Efficacy and Safety of Inhaled Insulin (Exubera) Compared With Subcutaneous Insulin Therapy in Patients With Type 1 Diabetes (free Medscape membership required).
- Effect of human umbilical cord blood cells on glycemia and insulitis in type 1 diabetic mice.
- A fourfold difference in the incidence of type 1 diabetes between Sweden and Lithuania but similar prevalence of autoimmunity.
- The prevalence of the metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes mellitus in children and adolescents.
- Premature Birth and Later Insulin Resistance.
- Support network of adolescents with chronic disease: Adolescents' perspective.
- Insulin detemir : a review of its use in the management of type 1 and 2 diabetes mellitus.
- Heart disease in diabetic patients is undertreated.
- Psycho-educational interventions for children with chronic disease, parents and siblings: an overview of the research evidence base.
- Spitzer warns of overseas diabetes test strips in N.Y..
- Long-term effectiveness of lifestyle and behavioral weight loss interventions in adults with type 2 diabetes: A meta-analysis.
- Infertility and celiac disease: do we need more than one serological marker?
- Celiac disease during pregnancy.
- Diabetes unit wins first stem cells licence.
- Lilburn twins learn to live with diabetes.
- Cub Scout saves Mom, wins award for being a hero.
- Diabetes: Living with jabs and pokes.
- Diabetes is on the rise among youngsters in Missouri, education department says.
- Nurse details efforts to get help for diabetic girl.
- Boca therapist who mixes psychology with humor heads up mental health conference.
- A Passage to Insulin: Natural Progression or Failure? is about type 2 diabetes.
- Teen's death stuns Sanborn is a sad reminder that type 1 diabetes can be deadly.
- This week's Humorous Tidbit is:
The first winter after my daughter was diagnosed she came to me and asked if snow had sugar in it. When I replied no she said. "Oh goody! I can eat as much as I want."
- Last week's poll asked readers how they record blood glucose data. This week's poll asks readers if they've ever given the wrong insulin dose.
- FreeStyle Flash blood glucose monitoring system. Now test with the world's smallest meter! Free when you purchase a minimum of 50 FreeStyle test strips! Free Data Cable for your computer via mail in offer. Please visit Diabetic Express to see our complete line of over 1000 other Diabetes supplies. Diabetic Express is the proud Online Store partner of Children with Diabetes.
- The Featured Book of the Week is 487 Really Cool Tips for Kids with Diabetes by Spike Nasmyth Loy and Bo Nasmyth Loy.
- Our report from the Diabetes Technology Meeting 2004 is Worth a Look.
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