- Nicole Johnson, Miss America 1999, has Type 1 diabetes and uses an insulin pump.
- Peggy Shupp writes about the importance of camp.
- JDF advises that Congress nearing action on diabetes research funding bills; your immediate action needed to increase federal funding for diabetes research.
- UK Prospective Diabetes Study (UKPDS) shows risk of complications of diabetes can be reduced dramatically in people with Type 2 diabetes.
- Alternative Medicine -- The Risks of Untested and Unregulated Remedies is an excellent editorial recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
- Application of information technology in clinical diabetes care is the topic of a special issue of the journal Medical Informatics.
- The Ark Juvenile Diabetes Support Group helps with support, education, and supplies for those that are in need.
- Diabetes New Zealand acts as a national focal point for people affected by diabetes in New Zealand.
- New Zealand Diabetes Support Chat room hosts a chat on Wednesdays at 7:30 pm New Zealand time.
- The International Food Information Council has Questions and Answers about Acesulfame Potassium, an artificial sweetener.
- The Canadian Diabetes Association has an excellent overview of Diabetes and Celiac Disease.
- Studies Explore Abnormal Glucose Metabolism summarizes two recent studies, including the characteristics of diabetes in patients with cystic fibrosis.
- We've begun a list of Children's Hospitals with web pages.
- The MiniMed Texas website, announced last week, has been taken down.
- children with DIABETES received a five star rating from ABC's of Parenting.
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