Of Continuing Interest
- Make plans now to attend CWD's Friends for Life Annual Conference 2008, to be held at the Renaissance Orlando Resort at Sea World in Orlando, Florida, from July 23-27, 2008.
- The Children with Diabetes Quilt for Life will be displayed on the National Mall in Washington, DC from August 4-5, 2008.
- Preliminary information about CWD's Focus on Best Practices: Marco Island 2009 conference is now online, including registration information. The last two Marco Island conferences sold out, so if you are interested in attending, please register early.
- Applications for the Education for CWD Foundation 2008-2009 college scholarships, sponsored by Bayer Healthcare, are now online.
- The Education for Children with Diabetes Foundation has extended its Friends for Life 2008 family scholarships to include families from the United States and Canada.
New This Week
- CWD's Focus on Pumping: Seattle 2008 Regional Conference, to be held from February 29 - March 2, 2008 at the Renaissance Seattle in Seattle, Washington, is now sold out.
- We're running a special poll about your experience with insurance reimbursement for continous sensors.
- The Featured Ask the Diabetes Team Question of the Week is:
What is the difference between the SUR1 gene mutation and the KIR6 gene mutation?
See the answer.
- From the CWD Forums:
Pump adventure is over...
- The Quilt for Life now has 603 panels. Please consider adding your panel in time for the showing on the National Mall in August 2008.
- Families are Needed Who Have an Infant Under age 5 Months or a Mother in the Last Trimester of Pregnancy and a Family Member with Type 1 Diabetes are highly encouraged to participate in the TrialNet NIP study.
- Camp counselor needed for summer 2008.
- Cord blood islet autoantibodies and seasonal association with the type 1 diabetes high-risk genotype.
- Environmental risk factors in prediction of childhood prediabetes. Free full text available in PDF format.
- The islet autoantibody titres: their clinical relevance in latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA) and the classification of diabetes mellitus.
- Glycemic Variability: Should we and can we prevent it?
- Phenotype changes at the onset of type 1 diabetes in young adults from a Mediterranean area throughout the last decade.
- High-Normal Serum Uric Acid Is Associated with Impaired Glomerular Filtration Rate in Nonproteinuric Patients with Type 1 Diabetes.
- Glycosaminoglycans urinary excretion as a marker of the early stages of diabetic nephropathy and the disease progression.
- ADVANCE Does Not Confirm ACCORD Results. See also Aggressive diabetes treatment affirmed in new study.
- Quality of life and treatment satisfaction in adults with Type 1 diabetes: a comparison between continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion and multiple daily injections.
- Long-Acting Insulin Analogs Versus Insulin Pump Therapy for the Treatment of Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes.
- Hypoglycemia in Type 1 Diabetes - A still unresolved problem in the era of insulin analogs and pump therapy.
- The Nuts and Bolts of Achieving End Points With Real-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring.
- Short-term nocturnal hypoglycaemia increases morning food intake in healthy humans.
- Survey of glargine use in 115 pregnant women with Type 1 diabetes.
- The influence of pregnancy on progression of diabetic retinopathy.
- Relationship between mean blood glucose and glycated haemoglobin in Type 2 diabetic patients.
- Effect of Insulin Glulisine on Microvascular Blood Flow and Endothelial Function in the Postprandial State.
- Diabetes care in hospital—the impact of a dedicated inpatient care team.
- Gluten blocker tested for celiac.
- Can an employer require a diabetic employee to take a medical examination?
- Praise for the pump; Device a 'welcome relief and answer to our prayers,' says mother.
- Woodhaven senior's teammates help her manage juvenile diabetes.
- At Camp Bluebonnet, kids with insulin pumps are everywhere.
- Standout Ball Player Battles More than Opposing Teams.
- Diabetic students get assistance.
- Study: Can Supplement Prevent Type 1 Diabetes?
- Brookline diabetes researcher makes FDA history with clinical trial.
- Novo Nordisk to outsource 33% of diabetes R&D to India.
- Teen told his mum he would kill himself by upping his insulin dose.
- Living Cell Technologies Ltd Company Announcement: Diabetes Trial Supported By US-Based Diabetes Foundation.
- This week's Humorous Tidbit is:
Massachusetts is going to be selling a JDRF License plate, thanks to the Massachusetts Rotary Club. The club came up with the idea after hearing my daughter Lauren speak. They told me recently, since Lauren was their inspiration, I could choose the first number plate. They fully expected me to say "1." But, being the parent of a child with diabetes, I chose the number we all yearn for: 104. I figure every parent of a child with diabetes will laugh when they see my plate!
- You know you're the parent of a child with diabetes when your six year old runs to the bathroom yelling "I've got to go Type 2!" See more parent humor.
- Last week's poll asked readers how they usually obtain their insulin. This week's poll asks readers if they experience discrimination from friends or family members because of having diabetes.
- The Featured Book of the Week is Understanding Insulin Pumps & Continuous Glucose Sensors by H. Peter Chase, M.D., Jana Gaston, MS, CDE, RD, and Laurel Messer, RN, BSN.
- Our page about the Glucagon Emergency Kit is Worth a Look.
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