- With school starting (in the United States), fall isn't far behind (in the northern hemisphere). It's time to order your very own children with DIABETES sweatshirt.
- Kayla Edwards, who is six years old, was diagnosed on August 20, 1997.
- Parents concerned about cow's milk should read Infant Feeding Practices and Their Possible Relationship to the Etiology of Diabetes Mellitus, a Policy Statement of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
- Brown Bag Success: Making Healthy Lunches Your Kids Won't Trade, a new book by Chronimed Publishing, will help parents who have school-aged children with diabetes make lunches that get eaten.
- Research into Complications lists research programs investigating complications caused by diabetes. Highlighted this week is Vision Changes in Diabetes, with references to information about diabetic eye complications.
- The New Food Label: Coping with Diabetes by Paula Kurtzweil explains how the new food label can help you make better food choices.
- The Diabetes Mailing List Home Page serves as the home for an e-mail-based support group for people with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.
- MetaMedix, maker of the Mellitus Manager Software, now has it's own web site.
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