- The Diabetes Knowledgebase remains off-line. Some 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.
- Want to see what the future might hold? Take a look at the Insulink by Erik C. Kiaer. This may be nothing more than a design model, but it is exciting!
- The American Diabetes Association is launching a petition drive targeted at the two most powerful Members of Congress, Speaker Newt Gingrich of Georgia and Majority Leader Bob Dole of Kansas, urging them to improve the benefits people with diabetes receive from their private insurance, Medicare and Medicaid.
- Cowboys and cowgirls will want to ride right on over to the Diabetes Rodeo. Plan your trip to Dallas/Ft. Worth for November 11th to be there in person!
- We review the Glucometer Encore by Miles.
- Are you planning a vacation to another state or an overseas trip? Be sure you know the local laws regarding prescription requirements for insulin and syringes. Check out the Prescription Laws page.
- The Nutrition Pages contain some interesting Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about nutrition.
- If you have a Super Nintendo, get yourself a copy of Packy & Marlon Health Hero Video Game about Diabetes. It's a fun way to help your friends learn about what it's like to have diabetes.
- Carbohydrate counting lets you add greater variety to your diet. Learn all about it.
- Heading out for fast food tonight? Check out Fast Food Facts first.
- More Diabetic Recipes!
- Recipes galore can be found at the Recipe Archive Index. Not diabetic, but there's sure to be something of interest.
- Medical Conditions with Airway Implications contains information for anesthesiologists. Those with long-term insulin-dependent diabetes present certain problems.
- The Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center has information about Screening for Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). Diabetic PAD is responsible for about one-half of all amputations.
- The University of Southern California School of Medicine has on-line training material for their students. One example is the Pathology of the Nephrotic Syndrome, which, according to this article, causes kidney failure in 30% of juvenile diabetics.
- The University of Wisconsin Department of Anesthesiology presents a brief description of the concerns of an anesthesiologist when dealing with a diabetic patient in Diabetic Patient: Perioperative Management.
- The International Diabetic Athletes Association helps athletes with diabetes with workshops, conferences, and their quarterly newsletter, The Challenge.
- As usual, there are more links for kids on the Just for Fun page. Be sure to find the one with the picture of the boy with a frog in his mouth.
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