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Resource Guide for Type 1 Diabetes

  • Address:

    ATTN: National Call Center

    1701 North Beauregard Street

    Alexandria, VA 22311

  • Phone:

    1-800-342-2383 (1-800-DIABETES)

  • Internet Address:

    http://www.diabetes.org

  • Description of Services Provided:

    This site is a comprehensive resource for people with diabetes and healthcare professionals alike. You'll learn the details of the disease, from diagnosis to complications, as well as find links to health insurance information. You can also read issues of Diabetes Forecast , the association's consumer magazine.

  • Address:

    One Joslin Place

    Boston, MA 02215

  • Phone:

    1-617-732-2400

  • E-mail:

    diabetes@joslin.harvard.edu

  • Internet Address:

    http://www.joslin.harvard.edu

  • Description of Services Provided:

    Joslin's Online Diabetes Library provides a wealth of useful information explaining in detail such topics as carbohydrate counting, artificial sweeteners, blood sugar changes with exercise, and the effects of diabetes on sexuality.

  • Address:

    26 Broadway

    New York, NY 10004

  • Phone:

    1-800-533-CURE (800-533-2873)

  • Internet Address:

    https://jdrf.org

  • Description of Services Provided:

    JDRF focuses exclusively on research into diabetes, and specifically on finding a cure. On this site, you can read up on the latest "Research News." There are also several consumer friendly pages on the basics of diabetes and diabetes care. While you're here, find out how you can "Walk to Cure Diabetes."

  • Address:

    Office of Communications and Public Liaison

    NIDDK, NIH

    Building 31, Room 9A04

    31 Center Drive, MSC 2560

    Bethesda, MD 20892-2560

  • Phone:

    301-496-3583

  • Internet Address:

    http://www.niddk.nih.gov

  • Description of Services Provided:

    The NIDDK offers a collection of booklets on everything from glucose monitors to alternative treatments for diabetes. There are also materials in Spanish, and several designed for lower literacy levels. You can view them online or order hard copies; many are free.