- Childcare registration is now open for kids who will be attending our Friends for Life: Orlando 2005 summer conference. Registration is limited to the first 100 children, so you are encouraged to submit the registration form as soon as possible.
- Exhibitor information for companies planning to attend our Friends for Life: Orlando 2005 is now available. Companies are encouraged to sign up early to ensure that they get booth space.
- Struggling to pay for diabetes supplies? The Supplies for CWD Foundation can help.
- CWD's "Insulin is Not a Cure" bracelets are in and are shipping. Order yours today.
- Thanks to Adriana Escobar, a CWD mom from Colombia, we have two new pages translated into Spanish, Qué Es Diabetes Tipo 1? and Sugerencias Para El Cuidado De Niños Con Diabetes.
- Andie is 13 and has had diabetes since she was 7.
- Nolan is 7 and was diagnosed in December 2004.
- Jennifer is 12 and uses an insulin pump.
- Join CWD Events Coordinator Laura Billetdeaux for a chat about the Friends for Life: 2005 summer conference on Thursday, January 6th at 9pm Eastern in the Friend for Life chat room.
- CWD families are invited to help with Diabetes Education for Nursing Students.
- Heaven Scent Paws trains Diabetic Alert Service Dogs.
- The relationship of glucose tolerance to sleep disorders and daytime sleepiness.
- Risk factors for cardiac autonomic neuropathy in type 1 diabetes mellitus.
- Prevention of type 1 diabetes: from the view point of beta cell damage.
- Alterations of the female reproductive system in recipients of islet grafts.
- Recent advance in hepatic insulin gene therapy.
- Generation of new islets from stem cells.
- Lisofylline: a potential lead for the treatment of diabetes.
- Diabetes Acceleration or Prevention by a Coxsackievirus B4 Infection: Critical Requirements for both Interleukin-4 and Gamma Interferon.
- High frequency of abnormal glucose tolerance in DQA1*0102/DQB1*0602 relatives identified as part of the Diabetes Prevention Trial-Type 1 Diabetes.
- The TGF-beta1 gene codon 10 polymorphism contributes to the genetic predisposition to nephropathy in Type 1 diabetes.
- An observational study comparing continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (CSII) and insulin glargine in children with type 1 diabetes.
- Drugstores Fret as Insurers Demand Pills by Mail highlights a growing problem for families -- insulin shipped by mail, resulting in potential spoilage due to temperature extremes.
- The Effect of Measured Carbohydrate Exchange Diets and Unmeasured Low Glycaemic Index Diets on Glycaemic Control in Children with Type 1 Diabetes.
- Dealing with self-management of chronic illness at work: predictors for self-disclosure.
- Hospital in-patients with diabetes: increasing prevalence and management problems.
- Vaccines for persons at high risk due to medical conditions, occupation, environment, or lifestyle, 2005.
- Clinical features of type 1 diabetic children at initial diagnosis.
- Recipe for Success (PDF) explores the challenges of pump care at a diabetes summer camp.
- Effecting Change: Development of a Pediatric Diabetes Case Managed Program.
- Effects of Hypoglycemia on Developmental Outcome in Children with Congenital Hyperinsulinism. See also Congenital Hyperinsulinism: Oh No! Too Low!
- Empowering Children and their Parents offers suggestions for parents whose children are afraid of injections.
- My Pump Holiday Was No Vacation.
- Guideline for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease in Children: Recommendations of the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition.
- Spotlight Turns on Celiac Disease.
- Baking up a Whole-Grain Rice Bread.
- Firm fills gluten-free niche after mom's success with diet.
- Teen's Weight-loss Effort Presents A New Challenge.
- Bill OK'd to let students test their own diabetes.
- Dahlia: Boy wows Brass Ring crowd.
- For Pitt's Stephens, diabetes requires strict regimen.
- Ashley's Bill Enacted In Senate, Signed by Governor Romney.
- This week's Humorous Tidbit is:
Recently my 13 year old son experienced a hyperglycemic day. I made one of my many trips to school and once everything was under control I returned to work. Later that afternoon my son called to report in. The first thing out of his mouth was, "Mom - did you reprogram my machine?" I explained that I had reset the time on it. He said, "Thanks! Now when I insert a strip into my machine it greets me and says "Hi!" Just goes to prove that even when they're having a bad day these kids can still find something comical in the world of diabetes. Brightened up our day!
- You know you're the parents of a child with diabetes when your non-diabetic children run around with used infusion sets hanging out of the waist of their pants telling their diabetic sister that they just changed their sites. See more parent humor.
- Last week's poll asked readers how they think that type 1 diabetes will be cured first. This week's poll asks readers if they've ever been tested for celiac.
- 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 365 Daily Meditations for People with Diabetes by Catherine Feste.
- Our page about Treatment of DKA is Worth a Look.
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