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This is a directory of diabetes-related Web pages on this site and other Web pages written by me at the Web sites of the American Diabetes Association and elsewhere.
I am a freelance journalist and consultant specializing in writing about diabetes, which I have. I mirror those articles at The pages on my site most consulted by members of the Internet community are 16 pages that comprise "On-line Diabetes Resources." These pages are links to all the substantive resources on-line for people with diabetes.
My most recent article on the glycemic index reports on new potato research.
Just because baked Russet Burbank potatoes are so high glycemic, you don’t have to forsake all potatoes. See of my articles on the glycemic index appeared on the American Diabetes Association's Web site.
A Meter That Talks Sense This article is about blood glucose meters for the blind or visually impaired.
It is mostly about the forthcoming Senso Card Plus but includes all of the other talking blood glucose meters, including the brand new Prodigy.
Diabetes Health published this article in its October 2004 issue.My article originally appeared in the March 2006 issue of Diabetes Health and is now also online here. This article is about the pairing of Abbott’s forthcoming continuous sensor — the Navigator — and its proposed insulin pump — the Aviator.My article originally appeared in the April 2006 issue of Diabetes Health and is now also online here.The effects of different foodstuffs are vividly presented in a way that is easy to follow. Bernstein, author of wrote of the book: "I find it very fascinating." Derek has authorized me to make his book, Diabetes and Diet: A Type 2 Patient's Successful Efforts at Control available free online at And Thanks to correspondent Grant Spangler, we now have what some people will find is a more useful version of the complete glycemic index.His methods and results will give you greater understanding of your own diabetes. This is a PDF file that you read with Adobe Acrobat. "Gluco MON: In Touch When You Can’t Be" is a product review of an automatic and wireless device to send blood glucose readings.