- NEWS FLASH:
On February 26, 1996, the FDA review panel reviewing the Diasensor 1000 non-invasive blood glucose meter delayed making a final recommendation until the company presents data on the production model.
- children with DIABETES T-shirts and sweatshirts are here! Both feature the colorful logo that appears at the top of every page and the Internet address of the site. Proceeds will help support the continuing efforts of children with DIABETES web site.
- Users of Netscape Navigator 2.0 have viewed children with DIABETES with a navigation bar on the right side of the browser window. I would appreciate your comments about whether or not this navigation bar is useful and should remain.
- We have two new contributions to Kids' Voices:
- Michael, who was diagnosed when he was 3 1/2 years old, and
- Bryan, Michael's older brother, who tells us what having a brother with diabetes means to him.
- The Joslin Diabetes Center is an international leader in diabetes research, treatment and patient and professional education. Their Online Diabetes Library is worth a look.
- The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services booklet entitled Insulin-Dependent Diabetes is now on-line.
- The International Diabetic Athletes Association has a web presence. Included is a list of regional chapters and support groups, as well as a list of products you can order.
- Budding biochemists will not want to miss Insulin -- Monomers, Dimers and Hexamers. This in-depth look at porcine insulin, which is very close to human insulin, contains many excellent images of the insulin monomer and hexamer. These images are quite large, however, so be patient.
- Sweden is the site of the 75th Anniversary: Celebrating the Discovery of Insulin: An International Research Symposium on Diabetes, Focusing on Beta - Cell Function and Insulin Action symposium in October 1996.
- The Colorado Health Net Diabetes Center has extensive information about diabetes care providers and support groups throughout Colorado.
- Sneaking Treats bares the truth about kids sneaking candy, and discusses ways to add more treats to your child's meal plan. From the Canadian Diabetes Association.
- The Camp Sweeney web site sports a new look.
- Gestational diabetes can be a serious problem for women. Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center discusses Screening for Diabetes Mellitus.
- If you have a Macintosh computer or HP-95 palmtop, you'll want to check out two software packages to help you manage diabetes: Blood Plot (Macintosh) and HP-95 Diabetes Logbook.
- Medical alert necklaces and bracelets are available from Fax Factor.
- Diabetes Mellitus in Dogs & Cats lets you know what to do if your dog or cat develops diabetes.
- Banana-Nut Cake is excellent (but we only ate 1/2 a serving).
- Easter Bunny can Visit Kids with Diabetes reminds us that kids with diabetes need not miss out on traditional holiday treats.
- If you prefer sugar-free treats, visit Louis Sherry's Sugar Free Candies.
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