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The links below lead to other diabetes and health sites on the Web. They have been added for your convenience and are not necessarily endorsed by Diabetes Self-Management.
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A free diabetic software simulator program of blood glucose–insulin interaction.
Find a diabetes educator in your area by clicking the “Find an Educator” link from the AADE home page.
The Diabetes Action Research and Education Foundation (Diabetes Action), a non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1990, focuses on reducing the serious medical consequences of diabetes and alleviating the illness and suffering that accompany this disease.
Directory of U.S. and international diabetes camps, including Type 2–specific camps.
Straight talk and encouragement for people living with diabetes in the form of an award-winning, informative blog from journalist/patient Amy Tenderich.
A nonprofit organization that creates unity and empowerment among women with Type 1, Type 2, gestational, and prediabetes.
A proven healthy lifestyle program for women with diabetes and prediabetes.
A multidisciplinary center for diabetes management, education, and
cutting-edge clinical diabetes research in the Metro Detroit area.
Hands on Health-South Carolina is a project designed to promote healthier citizens and healthier communities in South Carolina. Their diabetes section has good basic information on the condition.
Articles on advances in health and medicine.
Specialty clothing and insulin pump accessories.
Comprehensive list of diabetes resources on the Web.
Free diabetes management software for PocketPC & Windows. Helps you to track your blood glucose levels, carbs, and insulin, among other things, and generates graphs and statistics as feedback. For people with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, including those who use an insulin pump.
The views of a twenty-something woman with Type 1 diabetes.
Enhancing the quality and fun of family life with special needs.
This Web site serves people with “chronic” conditions, and the people who care about them, whether professionally or personally.
Monitoring diabetes happenings everywhere in cyberspace.
The magazine for food, fitness, and well-being.
Self-management classes held at the University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago provide people with diabetes with the knowledge and skills needed to perform self-care on a day-to-day basis.
The Voice of the Diabetic, produced four times a year in standard print, four-track audiocassette for the blind or visually impaired, and on the Web, is offered free as a public service to people with diabetes, health professionals, family, friends, and anyone else with an interest in the condition.
In-depth information, including articles on the diagnosis of diabetes and its symptoms, treatment, and prevention.
New to diabetes? Find out everything you need to know.
Some people find that decreasing the amount of carbohydrate they eat can help with blood glucose control. Here’s what to know about this approach.
Patch pumps are simpler to operate than traditional insulin pumps and may be a good option for some people with Type 2 diabetes who need insulin.
Learn what these micronutrients can and can’t do for you.