- We're featured in Yahoo's Web Launch!
- The Diabetes Knowledgebase remains off-line. Many external links within these pages are contained on the Diabetes Knowledgebase server and are therefore unavailable. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.
- Due to the vastly increased traffic (thanks to Yahoo), the clickable image maps at the bottom of every page were removed. They were redundant with the text links, which are essential to allow access to users with text-only browsers. You should see a more responsive site as a result. (A redesign of the top graphics is in the works. Stay tuned.)
- Reports of problems accessing this page when using certain browsers will require a change in the home page URL from d_01_000.htm to index.html. Some browsers don't respond well to server redirection and report an error when trying to access http://www.castleweb.com/diabetes. So beginning on September 24, 1995, the home page will change to http://www.castleweb.com/diabetes/index.html. The old URL of http://www.castleweb.com/diabetes/d_01_000.htm will be maintained for one month, but will contain a change of address notice. After October 22, 1995, the old URL will be a simple notification of the new URL with a client pull to take you there (if your browser supports client pull).
- Sponsors help defray the cost of running children with DIABETES. Learn how your company can become a sponsor.
- With the wide availability of medical information about diabetes, a new page has been added under Medical Links: Medical Information. The Medical Information page will contain important information not available elsewhere on the Web.
As with all medical information, the material presented should be discussed with your endocrinologist before making any changes to your diabetic care regimen.
- The Diabetes Prevention Trial needs your help.
- Learn how a common virus is implicated as a cause of insulin-dependent diabetes.
- Do you keep your insulin in the refrigerator? Check out The Insulin That Came Out of The Cold.
- Blood Tests and Shots has a brief overview of where to give insulin injections and the importance of site rotation.
- Kids, do you ever wonder why your parents are always worrying about your diabetes? Well, What your Parents are Feeling has some thoughts from several parents of children with diabetes.
- Did your panceas opt for early retirement? If so, check out The Diabetic Home Page.
- As usual, there are more links for kids on the Just for Fun page.
Watch for the indicator throughout the children with DIABETES pages. You'll know you found something that's new to these pages. You can also click on it to return to this page.
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