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  • Research (23)
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  • Abate Diabetes
    Provides a fact sheet on diabetes addressing the causes, symptoms, preventions, and treatment available. Includes a self test.

    Ascensia Dream Fund
    Provides examples of what can be accomplished through successful diabetes self-management.

    Diabetes and Diabetics
    Lists symptoms, causes, types, risk factors, management, complications, and discusses diet regimen.

    Diabetes Handbook
    Presents chapters about the types of diabetes, how to cope, monitoring, exercise, diet, medication, foot care, traveling, and sick day management.

    Diabetes Home
    Describes the disease and covers glucose, insulin, diet, exercise, pills, complications, and research. Written by a Canadian physician.

    Diabetes Watch
    Covers the aspects of this disease, management, diet, nutrition, fitness, myths and facts. Includes a newsletter and forum. By Aventis.

    dLife - For Your Diabetes Life
    Learn about the different types of diabetes, disease management, become a part of the community, and find articles from experts. Includes news and resources.

    eMedicine Health - Diabetes
    Consumer health resource center providing an overview of diabetes and its causes, symptoms, and treatment.

    The Hormone Foundation: Diabetes Information
    Features an overview, symptoms, treatment options, lifestyle issues and prevention; as well as other diabetes-related resources.

    How Diabetes Works
    Fully-illustrated tutorial looks at how your body handles glucose. Shows what insulin is, what it does, and how the lack of it affects your body. Includes current and future treatment. From How Stuff Works.

    InteliHealth: Diabetes
    Features articles on type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes. Contains interactive tools, news, ask the expert, and provides a search for medical literature.

    Lifeclinic Diabetes Channel
    A comprehensive resource on diabetic symptoms, hypoglycemia, diet, treatment options, chart records, blood glucose, and other vital medical information.

    Lilly Diabetes
    Learn more about managing your condition, taking insulin, and their products used to treat type 1 and type 2.

    MedicineNet: Diabetes Overview
    Medical information about diabetes therapies, complications, research, and treatment. Provides a support group and news via RSS feed.

    National Diabetes Education Program
    Covers diabetes control, prevention, resources for children, and awareness campaigns. From the National Institute of Health and Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

    National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse
    Provides educational materials to increase knowledge and understanding about diabetes among patients, health care professionals, and the general public.

    Yahoo Health: Diabetes Health Center
    Find information on type 1 and type 2. Includes symptoms, diagnosis, complications, and treatments.

    BBC News: Study suggests 'type 3 diabetes'
    Research showing that the brain produces insulin as well as the pancreas points to a third type of diabetes. <small>(March 7, 2005)</small>

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