Many of us know someone who has been diagnosed by diabetes. Type I diabetes is generally diagnosed in children. Therefore, more common name for this disease is “Juvenile Diabetes.” Type II Diabetes is, on average, diagnosed in adults and as a rule can be controlled by diet and exercise, if detected early enough. The following bibliography is comprised of a combination of resources ranging from helpful websites to books and videos available through the library. Please beware that these resources are not intended to replace the medical advice from your primary care physician.
“Knowledge is power”
Understanding diabetes and living a healthy life (Video Cassette) Upjohn Co.
Diabetes: An Introduction (Video Cassette) InforMed
Lifestyle #9 Volume 7, A General Overview and Recommendations for Managing Diabetes.
( Video Disc) Kerr, Graham and Treena
Diabetes---Facts, nutrition and cooking ( Video Disc) Millennium Interactive
Mayo Clinic wellness solution for diabetes ( Video Disc) Mayo Clinic
If You Have---Diabetes ( Video Disc) Alpyn Health Education
Diabetes A To Z: What you Need To Know About Diabetes, Simply Put. American Diabetes Assoc.
American Medical Association Guide to Living With Diabetes John Wiley& Sons, Inc.
Take Charge of Your Diabetes Zaidi, Sarfraz
A First Book for Understanding Diabetes (Diabetes in Children) Chase, Peter
The Everything Diabetes Book: From diagnosis and diet to Insulin and exercise: All you need to live and active, healthy life. Ford-Martin, Paula
American Diabetes Association Complete Guide To Diabetes American Diabetes Association
Growing Up With Diabetes: What Children want Their Parents to Know McAullife, Alicia
The Joslin Diabetes Gourmet Cookbook: Heart-healthy everyday Recipes For Family and Friends
Polin, Bonnie Sanders
The art of Cooking For The Diabetic Hess, Mary Abbott
Diabetic Sweet Tooth Cookbook Finsand, Mary Jane
New Family Cookbook for People With Diabetes Simon & Schuster
Cooking Withe the Diabetic Chef Smith, Chris
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