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Gary Hall, Jr.
Meet Gary Hall Jr!
  It's time to register for our "It's a New Day in Diabetes" Conference and Expo, to be held from July 18-22, 2001 at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Join with Olympic Gold Medalist Gary Hall, Jr., in opening the Exhibit Hall in the Coronado Ballroom on Wednesday evening from 5:30 - 9:00pm. Gary will meet the kids individually (yes, and the parents, too), pose for photos, and hand out autographed posters. It's a tremendous opportunity to come face to face with an Olympic champion who tames his diabetes daily to be one of the best swimmers in the world.

Register today! Rooms are going fast!

  1. Caden is 30 months old and is in the honeymoon period.

  2. Shelby is one and was diagnosed 20 days after her first birthday.

  3. You can read the transcripts from the three special chats we held last week:

    1. Cystic Fibrosis Related Diabetes and Islet Cell Transplants.

    2. Virtual Supprt Group: Type 2 Diabetes.

    3. Parenting Teens with Diabetes.

  4. Camps for kids with diabetes with updated schedules for 2001 include:

    1. Camp Needlepoint and Camp Daypoint offer incredible adventures for kids in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

    2. Chris Dudley Basketball Camp in Oregon is for boys and girls with diabetes, ages 10 to 17, who want to learn about basketball.

  5. Tabletop Nutrition offers educational placemats with diabetes information or the food guide pyramid.

  6. Protein Could Treat Many Forms of Eye Disease. See also Pigment epithelium-derived factor: a potent inhibitor of angiogenesis.

  7. Children in rural areas may be at increased risk of developing type 1 diabetes.

  8. Scientists find that pravastatin - a drug from the statin family that reduces harmful cholesterol in the bloodstream - can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

  9. Obesity, Increased Linear Growth, and Risk of Type 1 Diabetes in Children.

  10. Postchallenge Plasma Glucose and Glycemic Spikes Are More Strongly Associated With Atherosclerosis Than Fasting Glucose or HbA1c Level.

  11. Diabetes a growing problem in United States.

  12. Study reports on Risk Factors for Cerebral Edema in Children with Diabetic Ketoacidosis. See also Predicting Cerebral Edema during Diabetic Ketoacidosis and Diabetic Crisis Treatment Linked to Brain Swelling.

  13. Diabetes Life Lines by the University of Georgia offers a collection of papers about diabetes care.

  14. Type 1 Diabetes and Sports Participation provides strategies for training and competing safely.

  15. I'm a cyborg and I love it is a story by a writer who wears an insulin pump.

  16. HCFA offers a Status Report and Contact Information for states to help people who need financial assistance to pay for their diabetes supplies.

  17. The Lilly Cares -- Patient Assistance Program offers help for people who have trouble paying for insulin and other medications.

  18. The Centers for Disease Control has a web site dedicated to diabetes. Newly released data shows that Type 2 diabetes is epidemic in the United States. See a US map with prevelance statistics from 1999.

  19. No More Needles explores research into oral insulin.

  20. Football Aid is a UK charity to raise money to help find a cure for diabetes.

  21. David Falconer, diagnosed when he was 13, got into photography to help him forget about having diabetes.

  22. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Canada represents parents in Canada in the quest for a cure.

  23. MiniMed opens new headquarters.

  24. Last week's poll asked readers about the primary purpose of blood glucose monitoring. This week's poll asks readers if they think that herbals and supplements should play a larger role in diabetes management.

  25. The Featured Book of the Week is Making the Best of Life: Book 2: Learning to Live With Diabetes by Jed Block.

  26. Thinking about joining us for our 2001 Conference at Disneyworld? Have a look at the report from last year's Orlando 2000 event -- it's Worth a Look.

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