Back to Home What's New for 19 March 2000
  1. Ross is ten and has diabetes and cerebral palsy.

  2. José Miguel Vallejo Grullón is nine and lives in Puerto Rico.

  3. Megan is 10 and plays catcher on a softball team.

  4. Rachel is 10 and lives in Minnesota.

  5. Emma is 13 and was diagnosed on the day after Halloween.

  6. Logan's Corner chronicles the diagnosis of Logan at 14 months of age.

  7. We welcome Delaine Wright, MS, CDE to the Diabetes Team.

  8. Camps for kids with diabetes that have updated dates for the 2000 camping season include:

    1. Camp Crestfield in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania offers excitement for kids with diabetes.

    2. Camp Kno-Koma provides adventures for young people with diabetes in West Virginia. Ever seen counselors covered in shaving cream? Stop by for a look.

    3. Camp Setebaid is a camp for kids 8 to 14 in Pennsylvania.

    4. Camp Sweeney, a camp near Dallas, Texas, has been serving diabetic kids for 45 years. Visit their on-line site to learn about upcoming sessions and to request an application form. You can also watch a video about the camp.

    5. Elliott P. Joslin Camp and the Joslin Winter Camp in Charlton, Massachusetts.

  9. What You Need to Know about Type 2 Diabetes in Children.

  10. The Dilemma of Diabetes highlights the challenges faced by children with diabetes in schools.

  11. Islet Sheet Medical reports that they have achieved euglycemia without immunosuppression in a dog.

  12. The care of students with insulin-treated diabetes mellitus living in university accommodation needs to be improved.

  13. Type 2 diabetes is a major drain on resources in the UK.

  14. Control of mealtime glucose spikes reduces risk of diabetic complications in people with Type 2 diabetes.

  15. Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center, at Columbia-Presbyterian in New York, has a new web site. Included on staff is Dr. Kevan Harold, who is conducting research on immunotherapy for treatment of Type 1 diabetes.

  16. We have a new Diabetes and Allergy Survey.

  17. Diabetic Candy sells sugar-free candies and treats.

  18. Last week's poll asked readers where they get blood for blood tests. This week's poll asks readers about which kinds of insulin they use.

  19. The Featured Book of the Week is Taking Diabetes to School by Kim Gosselin.

  20. The Message Board is Worth a Look.

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