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Of Continuing Interest

  1. Make plans to join CWD families for our Focus on Pumping Regional Conference from March 17-19, 2006 at the Philadelphia Marriott West Hotel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  2. Make plans now to join us for Friends for Life: Orlando 2006, the annual CWD summer conference. Special guests include Chris Dudley, former NBA star, and Jay Leeuwenburg, former NFL star, both of whom grew up with type 1 diabetes and excelled in professional sports.

  3. The Family Support Network includes over 1,800 families from all 50 states and 50 countries who are there to help. If you're new to diabetes, looking for a baby sitter, or need a college parent, the Family Support Network will help you connect with families near you. If you haven't joined, please become part of the Family Support Network.

New This Week

  1. CWD Sports Center host Rick Philbin offers advice for Starting a New Sport.

  2. Calling All School Advocates: ADA/CWD Need You to participate in a program at CWD's Friends for Life 2006 conference.

  3. The Quilt for Life now has 431 panels. We need many more in preparation for a showing at the Mall in Washington, D.C. on June 8, 2006 near the Capitol. Please consider making a panel.

  4. Summer camps for kids with diabetes that have updated information for the 2006 camping season include:

    1. Camp Victory offers a free camping experience for kids in Louisiana. Campers displaced by Hurricane Katrina are encouraged to contact the camp.

  5. No Limits Diabetes is the home of the Diabetic Teens Without Boundaries Foundation, which brings together American, Russian, and Lithuanian teens with diabetes.

  6. The ADA has released its Clinical Practice Recommendations for 2006. Included are:

    1. Diabetes Care in the School and Day Care Setting. Also available in PDF format.

    2. Diabetes Care at Diabetes Camps. Also available in PDF format.

    3. Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes–2006. Also available in PDF format.

  7. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 20.8 million Americans have diabetes (all types), and about 176,500 people under 20 have diabetes (mostly type 1).

  8. JDRF Names Arnold W. Donald President and Chief Executive Officer. See also Arnold Donald will lead juvenile diabetes group.

  9. Balancing Statin Therapy Guidelines With Practice.

  10. Nanny Need in Northern Virginia.

  11. HealthEngage has an updated version of their HealthEngage Diabetes software, which interfaces with the latest LifeScan and Abbott Diabetes Care meters.

  12. Can we slow the rising incidence of childhood-onset autoimmune diabetes? The overload hypothesis.

  13. Use of antimicrobials and risk of type 1 diabetes in a population-based mother-child cohort.

  14. Long-term mortality in a nationwide cohort of childhood-onset type 1 diabetic patients in Norway.

  15. A Low Brain Serotonergic Neurotransmission in Children With Type 1 Diabetes Detected Through the Intensity Dependence of Auditory-Evoked Potentials.

  16. Intensive Diabetes Treatment and Cardiovascular Disease in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes. See also Tight Glucose Control Cuts Heart Disease by Half in Type 1 Diabetes and Study: Good news for type 1 diabetics.

  17. Improvement in Glycemic Excursions With a Transcutaneous, Real-Time Continuous Glucose Sensor reports on the DexCom 3-day sensor. Free full text available in HTML and PDF formats and include photos of the sensor.

  18. Nocturnal differences in subcutaneous tissue glucose between forearm and abdominal sites during continuous glucose monitoring in normal subjects.

  19. The Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Glucose and Counterregulatory Hormone Concentrations in Children With Type 1 Diabetes.

  20. Postprandial Blood Glucose Is A Stronger Predictor Of Cardiovascular Events Than Fasting Blood Glucose In Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Particularly In Women. Lessons from the San Luigi Gonzaga Diabetes Study. Free full text available in PDF format.

  21. The Association of Increased Total Glycosylated Hemoglobin Levels with Delayed Age at Menarche in Young Women with Type 1 Diabetes. See also Onset of period delayed in young diabetic women.

  22. Knowledge about preconception care in French women with type 1 diabetes.

  23. Insulin detemir: a new basal insulin analogue.

  24. Subcutaneous insulin resistance successfully circumvented on long term by peritoneal insulin delivery from an implantable pump in four diabetic patients.

  25. Research Suggests Foods May Reduce CVD-linked Inflammation. See also Good Nutrition Evidence Proves Elusive.

  26. How should we treat type 2 diabetes in youth?

  27. Disparities in diabetes care: impact of mental illness.

  28. Impact of Active Versus Usual Algorithmic Titration of Basal Insulin and Point-of-Care Versus Laboratory Measurement of HbA1c on Glycemic Control in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes.

  29. Association Between Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use, Preventive Care Practices, and Use of Conventional Medical Services Among Adults With Diabetes.

  30. High Blood Sugar Hurts Thinking.

  31. Celiac disease support group offers advice on how to cope.

  32. Wheat intolerance.

  33. Because of diabetes, U.S. cross-country skier working on his balance.

  34. Scott Dunton Surfs and Manages Diabetes Without Fear.

  35. Newfound freedom: Insulin pumps change children's lives.

  36. Celebrity Health - Mari Wilson.

  37. For Family With 2 Diabetics, Constant Vigilance.

  38. Basketball camp teaches children with diabetes many lessons.

  39. Bodybuilder uses training to top disease.

  40. U of L achieves 'amazing' find with stem cells.

  41. Popcorn tribute for transplant workers.

  42. Congress to Adjourn by Making First-Ever Reduction to Effective CDC Diabetes Prevention Program; Research at NIH Also Cut.

  43. Novo Nordisk receives subpoena in the US.

  44. Is Margarine Safe for People With Diabetes?

  45. Taking a bite out of the glycemic index trend.

  46. This week's Humorous Tidbit is:
    My son Connor, age 6, was diagnosed in April of 2005. Since his diagnosis we have kept a drawer of "free food" in the fridge that he can eat whenever he wants. A couple of days ago after playing in the snow, we did his lunch fingerstick, which was a little high. He was kind of quiet for a while, then on the way to his grandmother's he said to me, "Mom, is snow free?" I was confused until he followed it up with, "Because I ate a lot of it and maybe that's why my stick was high." Just another conversation I never thought I would be having.

  47. You know you're the parent of a child with diabetes when you find used infusion sets tied to the furniture as toys for the new kitten. See more parent humor.

  48. Last week's poll asked readers what they think is the hardest part of diabetes. This week's poll asks readers to tell us what their relationship to diabetes is.

  49. The Featured Book of the Week is Young Voices: Life with Diabetes by Hala Khalaf.

  50. The report from the First Showing of the Quilt for Life is Worth a Look.

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