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Of Continuing Interest

  1. Make plans to join us for the CWD Focus on Pumping regional conference at the Renaissance Chicago North Shore Hotel in Chicago, Illinois from September 29 - October 1, 2006.
  2. Looking for a great winter vacation? Join us for CWD Focus on Best Practices at the Marriott Marco Island Resort on Marco Island, Florida from January 4-7, 2007. Registration information is now online.
  3. We've added a new section about Type 2 Diabetes, focused on type 2 diabetes in kids.

New This Week

  1. Read the report from the just completed Friends for Life: Orlando 2006 Annual Conference.
  2. The room block for CWD's upcoming Focus on Pumping is 75% full and will very likely sell out, just like our last regional conference. If you're planning to come to the conference, please book your room and register for the conference as soon soon as possible.
  3. The Family Support Network has over 2,500 families from all 50 states and 60 countries. If you're new to diabetes, looking for a baby sitter for your child, want to babysit others, or need a college parent, the Family Support Network can help you connect with families near you. If you haven't joined, please become part of the Family Support Network.
  4. As you gather your back-to-school supplies, be sure to include CWD Brochures, URL Cards, conference brochures, and Quilt for Life flyers for your school staff, as well as your local friends who have kids with diabetes. Our brochures are all free.
  5. CWD Sports Corner's Rick Philbin explains that a 10 Second Sprint May Help Prevent Post-Exercise Hypoglycemia.
  6. The Featured Ask the Diabetes Team Question of the Week is:
    While playing football, where should my teen son wear his pump?
    See the answer.
  7. The Quilt for Life now has 547 panels.
  8. JDRF is accepting applications for its Children's Congress 2007. Applications must be received by October 5, 2006.
  9. Child and Adolescent Research Study is seeking children and adolescents between the ages of 8 and 16 living in the Miami or Ft. Lauderdale area who have a sibling with a chronic illness to participate in a study to investigate how disruption to child health and functioning affects sibling interaction, and how the emotional and psychological status of well siblings is affected by the introduction of a chronic illness in a brother or sister.
  10. Children ages 6 to 11 who have had diabetes for at least one year, and their parents, are invited to participate in a study about accurately detecting symptoms of low and high sugars.
  11. Children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes who have banked cord blood are needed for an important clinical trial.
  12. The Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston is looking for families with children between the ages of 9 and 15 who have had Type 1 diabetes for less than one year for a study trying to find ways to help families work together to better manage diabetes during this difficult time. For more information, see Family Management of Childhood Diabetes.
  13. Teens with type 1 and their parents are needed for a study about how they work together to manage diabetes.
  14. Study on Diabetes Technology Study of Real-Time Glucose Alerts in the Team Management of Diabetes is seeking participants throughout the US.
  15. Nanny needed in Northern Virginia.
  16. The OneTouch® Ultra®2 is LifeScan's latest meter.
  17. The ACCU-CHEK Compact Plus is Roche's latest meter.
  18. The full text of Understanding Diabetes by H. Peter Chase, MD, 11th Edition is now online. Adobe Acrobat Version 7 or later is required.
  19. Rotavirus-specific T cell responses and cytokine mRNA expression in children with diabetes-associated autoantibodies and type 1 diabetes.
  20. Costimulation couture: a designer approach to regulating autoimmunity. Full text available in HTML and PDF formats.
  21. Current status of pancreatic islet transplantation.
  22. Prevalence of EGG Derangement in Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes in Childhood.
  23. Iron-binding antioxidant capacity is impaired in diabetes mellitus.
  24. Cellular basis of diabetic nephropathy: IV Antioxidant enzyme mRNA expression levels in skin fibroblasts of type 1 diabetic sibling pairs.
  25. TIME magazine reports on Stem Cells: The Hope And The Hype.
  26. Long-term Mortality and Incidence of Renal Dialysis and Transplantation in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. Full text available in PDF format.
  27. Optimal control of type 1 diabetes mellitus in youth receiving intensive treatment.
  28. Use of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion by a portable insulin pump during pregnancy in women with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
  29. Pregnancy outcome after first trimester exposure to metformin: a meta-analysis.
  30. Caution on use of ACE inhibitors in First Trimester.
  31. Diabetes mellitus and periodontal diseases.
  32. Bone mineral density and alterations of bone metabolism in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
  33. Therapeutic approaches for diabetic osteopahty.
  34. Diabetes education via mobile text messaging.
  35. Glycemia and cognitive function in older adults using glucose-lowering drugs.
  36. Glycosylated Hemoglobin Level and Development of Mild Cognitive Impairment or Dementia in Older Women.
  37. Diabetes Mellitus, Dementia, and Cognitive Function in Older Persons.
  38. HLA-DQ2 and -DQ8 signatures of gluten T cell epitopes in celiac disease. Full text available in HTML and PDF formats.
  39. Baffling disease mistaken for other illnesses slowly being unmasked.
  40. Churchgoers want gluten-free wafers for communion service.
  41. Nurse meets diabetic woman whose life she saved during Hurricane Katrina.
  42. Girl, 8, able to save her diabetic dad's life.
  43. Jacinda, 12, saves diabetic from sea.
  44. 10-year-old doesn't let diabetes get him down.
  45. Procedure done locally is helping diabetics.
  46. From pigs, a cure for diabetes?
  47. Land O' Lakes offers Gluten-Free Goodies.
  48. This week's Humorous Tidbit is:
    When Marissa was home over the weekend, I got up to test her around 4 a.m. (she was staying up until 1:30 or 2:30 doing whatever in her room). Anyway, the one night, I picked up the strips, looked at the code on the meter saying 26 and said to myself, "Guess I'd better change the code since the vial says 50." In that split second, it dawned on me that the "50" I saw on the vial was the NUMBER of strips in the vial. Code 26 was written on the vial, too. It helps to be COMPLETELY conscious when testing our kids.
  49. You know you're the parent of a child with diabetes when all three of your children request the "A1C Steak Sauce" at the dinner table. See more parent humor.
  50. Last week's poll asked readers about the age of the glucose meter that they use most often. This week's poll asks readers how diabetes has affected their children who do not have it.
  51. The Featured Book of the Week is Type 1 Diabetes: A Guide for Children, Adolescents and Young Adults -- and Their Caregivers by Ragnar Hanas, M.D.
  52. The report CWD's Focus on Pumping conference in Philadelphia is Worth a Look.

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