Across the United States and around the world, JDF walkers raise money to fund research that seeks to find a cure for diabetes and its complications. Contact the nearest JDF Chapter to learn how you can help.
- children with DIABETES received Four Stars from Magellan Internet Guide.
- Dr. Donough O'Brien, the first Executive Director of the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes in Denver, joins the Diabetes Team in answering your questions.
- New to Kids' Voices are:
- Alex, a nine year old American girl living in Tokyo, Japan
- Ann, who has had diabetes for three years
- Nicole, who has a canary named Hootie and a turtle named Turtlene
- Diabetes Support Groups in Hawaii shows you where to turn if you live in Hawaii.
- Mozzy the Mosquito makes blood tests easier for little kids.
- A Jet Injector Fact Sheet by Jonathan W. Mills will help you decide if jet injectors are for you.
- Travelers with diabetes need to know how to say "I Have Diabetes" In Many Languages.
- New to the JDF web site is Diabetes and Nerve Disease.
- The American Associaton of Diabetes Educators web site is slated to debut on August 22, 1996.
- Diabetic Lifestyle by Grandma Joy Deckard includes letters from camp written by Joy's daughter Lisa. Lisa started attending diabetes summer camp in 1973.
- MediLife Diabetes Center contains a lot of good inforamtion about diabetes. MediLife Inc. develops and markets disease management software and on-line health and medical resources.
- Diving on Insulin is a long article written in German.
- The AdvantaJet web pages describe the Health More Personal Care products and have a few letters from users of their jet injectors.
- Cake lovers will want to try the Chocolate Cake recipe.
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