- Lindsey is 14 and was diagnosed in February 1999.
- The Children with Diabetes Online Store opens today. You can purchase Lands' End Polo Shirts with our logo and Memberships to help support the Children with Diabetes Foundation.
- Camp Hendon provides a summer camping experience for kids ages 8 to 17 in Kentucky.
- Don't Be Afraid of Insulin Pump in Children reports Dr. Robin L. Nemery, a pediatric endocrinologist in Florida who is an advocate of pump use in kids. (Free Medscape membership required.)
- The American Diabetes Association has a position paper on the Management of Diabetes at Diabetes Camps.
- The American Diabetes Association has a position paper on Care of Children With Diabetes in the School and Day Care Setting.
- On March 8, 1999, Miss America led a group of 1,000 people who braved snow and cold to rally at Capitol Hill to urge Congress to increase funding for diabetes research.
- The American Diabetes Association has designated March 23, 1999 as American Diabetes Alert. The ADA hopes to reach millions of Americans who have Type 2 diabetes but don't know it.
- Study shows that obese black teens at greater risk for Type 2 diabetes than obese white teens.
- Endocrinologie is a Dutch-language web site with information about diabetes.
- Humulinpen.com is a new web site from Eli Lilly about their new pre-filled insulin pens that offer 1 unit dosing granularity.
- The Diabetes Exchange Kit is a small hand held device that is used to count down the number of allowed exchanges during a day.
- DiaMac is a diabetes analysis system for the Macintosh.
- DiaTrends by Overlook Software is designed for health care professionals to help track diabetes management outcomes. The system was designed by practicing clinical endocrinologists.
- QuickLog is a free program that lets you create a customized, computer-based log book. The current version is still in beta.
- Last week's poll asked how often your child has attended diabetes summer camp. This week's poll asks how often do you or your child see an eye doctor as part of your diabetes care.
- The Featured Book of the Week is Sarah and Puffle: A Story for Children About Diabetes by Linnea Mulder, R.N. Illustrated by Joanne H. Friar.
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