Back to Home What's New for 23 July 2000
  1. Jennye is 14 and lives in France.

  2. Irene is nine and lives in Spain.

  3. Jordan is six and was just diagnosed.

  4. Kathy writes about the diagnosis of her daughter Alisha.

  5. Could You Have Diabetes And Not Know It? Use our Risk Test.

  6. We're running a survey about people's experiences at time of diagnosis with Type 1 diabetes.

  7. Article examines Diabetic Hypoglycemia: A "Disability" or Not?

  8. Pediatric Diabetes is a new professional journal focusing exclusively on diabetes in childhood and adolescence.

  9. The predicaments of "dangerous safety:" living with juvenile diabetes in 20th century America explores one patient's experiences with care at the Joslin Diabetes Clinic in Boston, beginning in 1940

  10. Study of the use of insulin glargine (Lantus) in children shows that it can reduce nighttime hypoglycemia.

  11. Sublingual human insulin for hyperglycaemia in type 1 diabetes.

  12. A study reviewed the effectiveness of the new Precision XTRA meter for measuring blood ketones.

  13. Study reviewed oral health in children and adolescents with Type 1 diabetes.

  14. Study reviewed ambulatory blood pressure, microalbuminuria, and autonomic neuropathy in adolescents with Type 1 diabetes.

  15. Study finds that health providers and family members may underestimate adolescents' difficulty managing hypo- and hyperglycemia appropriately.

  16. A novel subtype of type 1 diabetes mellitus characterized by a rapid onset and an absence of diabetes-related antibodies.

  17. Study reports on retinopathy and nephropathy in patients with type 1 diabetes four years after a trial of intensive therapy.

  18. Study concludes that tight glycemic control during pregnancy is recommendable to avoid progression of retinopathy.

  19. Progression of microalbuminuria to proteinuria in type 1 diabetes: nonlinear relationship with hyperglycemia.

  20. Autonomic dysfunction and urinary albumin excretion rate are associated with an abnormal blood pressure pattern in normotensive normoalbuminuric type 1 diabetic patients.

  21. Predictors of change in the neuropsychological profiles of children with type 1 diabetes 2 years after disease onset.

  22. Long-term follow-up of infants of mothers with type 1 diabetes: evidence for hereditary and nonhereditary transmission of diabetes and precursors.

  23. Monogenic diabetes mellitus in youth. The MODY syndromes.

  24. Study concludes that the impact of diabetes on the risk of coronary death is significantly greater for women than men.

  25. Severe retinopathy proves to be a risk marker of cardiovascular death in diabetic patients.

  26. Study explored therapeutic benefits of ACE inhibitors and other antihypertensive drugs in patients with type 2 diabetes.

  27. The The 5th International Conference on Diabetes and Indigenous Peoples is being held in Christchurch, New Zealand from the 4th to 6th October 2000.

  28. Diabetes San Diego contains links to web sites with recipes that contain full nutritional information.

  29. Last week's poll asked readers which product they use most often to deliver insulin. This week's poll asks readers how the HbA1c has changed in the past year.

  30. The Featured Book of the Week is Understanding Insulin-Dependent Diabetes by H. Peter Chase, M.D.

  31. What You Need to Know about Type 2 Diabetes in Children is Worth a Look.

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