- The Chat rooms no longer include "G-rated" SafeSurf and RASC ratings tags in their header. There have been several recent incidents involving obscene language being posted. Removing the "G-rated" tags from the chat rooms will allow parents who are concerned about exposing their children to offensive language to configure their browser to prevent access to the chat rooms until a better solution is found.
- The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation offers advice for making going back to school easier.
- The American Diabetes Association has three excellent booklets about carbohydrate counting.
- The American Diabetes Association offers New Guidelines for Mother and Child Before and After Diabetic Pregnancy.
- The Max McGee Fund raises money to fund diabetes research through donations based on the number of receptions made by the Green Bay Packers football team.
- Diabetes/sukkersyge ONLINE is a Danish web site about diabetes.
- RxHealth.com had drug and disease information, including a good summary of Type 1 diabetes.
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