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Which of the following areas would you like to see more of at Children with Diabetes?


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      News and advocacy information  
  13%   (120)  
      Online games and activities for kids  
  20%   (184)  
      Scheduled chat sessions with experts  
  11%   (98)  
      Educational animations and presentations  
  4%   (42)  
      Medical information about Type 1  
  30%   (267)  
      Medical information about Type 2  
  2%   (20)  
      Recipes and nutritional information  
  17%   (152)  

Which of the following areas would you like to see more of at Children with Diabetes?

Poll dates: March 28 - April 4, 1999
Total Votes: 883

We polled you, our readers, to better understand what kind of information and features you wanted us to emphasize. Medical information about Type 1 diabetes was most important, and that comes as no surprise. Activities for kids was next most important and is an area we are planning to focus our efforts on throughout 1999. We also hope to add more meal planning information, including recipes, as we enter into publishing agreements with makers of cookbooks aimed at people with diabetes.

If you have other suggestions for content, don't hesitate to send a letter to the editor with your ideas.

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