Of Continuing Interest
- Make plans to attend CWD's Focus on Pumping: La Jolla 2007 conference at the San Diego Marriott La Jolla from April 13-15, 2007.
- Make plans to come to the Friends for Life: Orlando 2007 annual conference at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida from July 11 - 15, 2007.
- Chris Dudley brings his Basketball Clinic to the 2007 Friends for Life Conference. Registration for the basketball clinic is limited to 60 participants, and you must be registered for the Friends for Life conference before you can register for the basketball clinic.
New This Week
- We have a preliminary report from the CWD Focus on Best Practices conference, just concluded at the Marriott Marco Island Resort in Marco Island, Florida.
- In 2006, CWD hosted over 6.2 million user sessions and delivered over 37 million pages of content.
- The Featured Ask the Diabetes Team Question of the Week is:
Statistics say the odds of a sibling of a type 1 being diagnosed with type 1 are 3 to 5%, but I know of five other families with two children with type 1. Why is this happening?
See the answer.
- The BC Children's Hospital offers a great collection of Diabetes Handouts for Patients and Families.
- The EPA offers Community Options for Safe Needle Disposal.
- Families are invited to help nursing students learn about living with diabetes.
- Scroll ID is a unique medical identification product that includes your photo and information on a paper rolled up inside a small, waterproof container.
- Left ventricular function in normotensive young adults with well-controlled type 1 diabetes mellitus.
- Prevalence of Autoantibody-Negative Diabetes Is Not Rare at All Ages and Increases with Older Age and Obesity.
- Environmental factors in the development of Type 1 diabetes.
- Involvement of Oxidative Stress in the Pathogenesis of Diabetes.
- The role of gut hormones in glucose homeostasis.
- Immunomodulation techniques in a pig-to-rat model of xenoislet transplantation to prolong graft survival.
- Dietary adherence and associated glycemic control in families of young children with type 1 diabetes.
- The addition of metformin in type 1 diabetes improves insulin sensitivity, diabetic control, body composition and patient well-being.
- Cost-effectiveness of Systematic Depression Treatment Among People With Diabetes Mellitus.
- Sleep and metabolic control: waking to a problem?
- Insulin glargine benefits patients with type 2 diabetes inadequately controlled on oral antidiabetic treatment: an observational study of everyday practice in 12,216 patients.
- Consumption of gluten-free products: should the threshold value for trace amounts of gluten be at 20, 100 or 200 p.p.m.?
- A prospective, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial to establish a safe gluten threshold for patients with celiac disease.
- Spectrum of gluten-sensitive enteropathy in first-degree relatives of patients with coeliac disease: clinical relevance of lymphocytic enteritis.
- Adult population screening for coeliac disease: comparison of tissue-transglutaminase antibody and anti-endomysial antibody tests.
- Screening of the adult population in Iran for coeliac disease: comparison of the tissue-transglutaminase antibody and anti-endomysial antibody tests.
- Celiac disease: pathogenesis of a model immunogenetic disease.
- Local man devotes his life to running the Iditarod.
- Becoming the Cure.
- Students create book to help fight diabetes.
- San Rafael Guide Dogs washouts find new life detecting low blood-sugar levels in diabetics.
- Group Trains Dogs To Help Diabetics.
- This week's Humorous Tidbit is:
Our youngest group of campers at Camp Koral Kids in Coral Springs, Florida are 5 and 6 years old, but have the wit and wisdom of adults. Diabetes education is an important component of camp and we try to incorporate it in all we do. When quizzing the little ones on diabetes concepts we get all kinds of great responses, but the best one by far was their response to the question of what we check for when our blood sugar is above 240. Their group response was "PEE-tones"! Kind of sums it all up, huh?
- You know you're the parent of a child with diabetes when you find a quilt that comes in blue or red that would go perfect in your child's room and you automatically pick the red one because it will hide the spots left after middle of the night blood checks. See more parent humor.
- Last week's poll asked readers about innovations they think will appear in 2007. This week's poll asks readers how they think type 1 diabetes will be cured first.
- The Featured Book of the Week is Yes I Can! Yes You Can! by Denny Dressman and Jay Leeuwenburg.
- Our page about Celiac is Worth a Look.
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