From Web TV:
I would like some information on diabetes and women's issues.
The best source I've found on women and diabetes is Lois Jovonovic-Peterson. She has written books on the subject that my patients have really liked.
Additional comments from Lynn Wilson, diabetes nurse specialist:I don't have anything specific to send you, but I know the gender separate issues are out there. Each summer at our teen camp (grades 8-12) we have separate sessions where we discuss sex/drugs/rock and roll with the kids -- the guys have a discussion regarding their fears of impotence plus any other issues of concern, and the girls talk about pregnancy, dieting, etc.
Original posting 1 Jun 1999
Posted to Daily Care
Last Updated: Tuesday April 06, 2010 15:09:04
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