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School and Daycare from 1997

  1. Can blood sugar levels affect learning? (27 Nov 97)
  2. I am part of a team in the state of Arizona who is setting up guidelines for care of the child with diabetes in the organized day care setting. (23 Oct 97)
  3. As a school nurse, I am frequently asked to care for a diabetic student. I have an 8 year old Type l student who I can't seem to get into control. (6 Oct 97)
  4. The teachers have been great up until today. Now they are claiming that they must have someone who is "trained" to check her sugar. (14 Sep 97)
  5. My daughter is 20 months old. Is there a special day care center for her? (12 Sep 97)
  6. I'm a school nurse who has been asked for help for a first grade teacher who has a student newly-diagnosed. (12 Sep 97)
  7. Her mother told me to give diet Coke when her blood was above 200 as that would bring it down as good as insulin. Is that correct? (22 Jul 97)
  8. Everywhere I check, the pre-school will check her blood sugars, but no one will give her a shot if she needs it. (17 Jun 97)
  9. I am a school psychologist with a new student who has diabetes. I've been asked how her diabetes might effect her educationally. (5 Jun 97)
  10. If there is anyone out there who wouldn't mind giving me a little advice about how they handled college I would greatly appreciate it! (28 Mar 97)
  11. I recently found out that a very good friend of mine has diabetes. Every time I don't see her I get scared that she is sick. (18 Jan 97)

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