- Six Senses, a reviewer of medical web sites, rates children with DIABETES the highest of all medical web sites!
- Jamie, a happy toddler, was diagnosed when she was 15 months old.
- The Tennessee Camp for Diabetic Children starts in three weeks and still has room for 21 boys.
- We review the Tenderlett® lancing device, which, according to our tester, is the least painful lancing device. It's also the most expensive.
- Disetronic Medical Systems, Inc., the maker of the H-Tron V100 insulin pump, has its own web site.
- The New Exchange Lists will help you with your meal planning.
- Trucs et Astuces sur le Diabète is a French-language diabetes web site.
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