Of Continuing Interest
- The American Diabetes Association is currently accepting applications for the 2005 - 2006 National Youth Advocate. The deadline to apply is February 18, 2005.
- Tennis Players Ages 14-21 with Type 1 Diabetes Eligible for $5,000 Scholarship. See also Novo Nordisk Donnelly Awards Provide Two Scholarships.
New This Week
- The What's New Email Newsletter may be delayed next week due to travel to Italy to take part in meeting of the Associazione per l'Aito ai Giovani Diabetici di Milano.
- If you missed the Diabetes Research Foundation's World of Hope conference earlier this month, you can order a video tape of the conference and learn about the latest scientific developments in diabetes research.
- Paul E. Lacy, 81, Innovator in Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes, Dies. See also Native doctor remembered for pioneering diabetes work.
- Joshua is five and was diagnosed when he was 20 months old.
- Max is almost five and was diagnosed in January 2005.
- Cecilia is 6 and loves her insulin pump.
- Carolynn has type 1 diabetes, just like her older brother Daniel.
- Summer camps for kids with diabetes that have updated information for the 2005 camping season include:
- ADA Camp for Kids is a camp in New Mexico for children 8-13 years who have diabetes
- Camp Holiday Trails, a camp for children with special health needs, is located in Charlottesville, Virginia.
- Kids for a Cure Club is a day camp for kids with diabetes, ages 7-11, in Downtown Fredericksburg, Virginia.
- AYUDA (American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad, Inc.) and the Fundacion Diabetes Juvenil Ecuador are proud to announce Campo Amigo Ecuador 2005. Campo Amigo, to be held on the beach of Salinas, Ecuador is a fun, safe, and educational seven day overnight camping experience for children with type 1 diabetes between the ages of 5 and 18. AYUDA is looking for both Ecuadorian campers and International youth volunteers to serve as counselors. The dates of Campo Amigo Ecuador are July 31 - August 6, but volunteers are asked to be in Ecuador from July 9 - August 8. For more details about the volunteer program please visit www.ayudainc.net or contact Ben Clements at email@example.com.
- Read the transcript from last week's chat about the upcoming Friends for Life: Orlando 2005 conference.
- You can read the transcript from last week's chat about Dealing with the Diagnosis of Diabetes, hosted by Debbie Butler, Social Worker with the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston.
- Single-Donor, Marginal-Dose Islet Transplantation in Patients With Type 1. See also U of M reports advance in diabetes treatment and Single-Donor Pancreas Islet Transplantation Procedure Shows Promise.
- Caries risk assessment as a predictor of metabolic control in young Type 1 diabetics.
- The annual incidence of diabetic complications in a population of patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
- The electrophysiological findings of subclinical neuropathy in patients with recently diagnosed type 1 diabetes mellitus.
- Vasoactive mediators and retinopathy during type 1 diabetic pregnancy.
- Screening for associated autoimmunity in type 1 diabetes mellitus with respect to diabetes control. Free full text available in PDF format.
- Analysis of Families in the Multiple Autoimmune Disease Genetics Consortium (MADGC) Collection: the PTPN22 620W Allele Associates with Multiple Autoimmune Phenotypes.
- Severe hypoglycaemia, metabolic control and diabetes management in children with type 1 diabetes in the decade after the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial - a large-scale multicentre study.
- Past 10-year status of insulin therapy for preschool-age Japanese children with type 1 diabetes.
- Statin therapy improves brachial artery vasodilator function in patients with Type 1 diabetes and microalbuminuria.
- Self-care in diabetes: model of factors affecting self-care.
- Consequences of alcohol use in diabetics.
- Celiac disease in the Turkish population.
- US Diabetes Monitoring Products & Therapies Demand to Reach $17.6 Billion in 2008.
- Student with diabetes raises money for illness.
- This week's Humorous Tidbit is:
As a school nurse, I get many opportunities to work with students living with diabetes, in my clinic, their classrooms, the gym, etc. I have a fifth grader newly diagnosed type 1 who has been working very hard at recognizing his own personal signs of highs or lows. Recently, he had a substitute teacher in his elementary class, who normally substituted in more urban middle schools. The boy with type 1 went to the sub very energetically and proclaimed to the sub and class, "I feel high! I feel really high!" You should have seen the look on that substitute's face!
- You know you're the parent of a child with diabetes when you ask your child how their day at school went and instead of saying "fine" they start rattling off blood sugar numbers. See more parent humor.
- Last week's poll asked readers who administers insulin for their kids while they're at school. This week's poll asks readers if they or their child has experienced discrimination from family or friends because of their diabetes.
- Brand New Blood Glucose Monitor from BD! Free with purchase of 50 BD Logic test strips! New BD LogicTM Blood Glucose Monitor 5-Second Test Results ... With Less Pain. The new BD LogicTM Blood Glucose Monitor is ideal if you're looking for the convenience of a small and fast system that allows you to test with less pain. No other meter gives you such fast results using such a small amount of blood. From Diabetic Express, the online store partner and a sponsor of Children with Diabetes.
- The Featured Book of the Week is Rufus Come Home by Kim Gosselin.
- Our page about the Glucagon Emergency Kit is Worth a Look.
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