If you want to keep up to date with new information, as I add it to this website, then please subscribe to my 'Your Diabetes' Mini-Blog.
It keeps you up-to-date with other special postings (such as diabetic news items, new stories from other visitors or new recipes) and points out some of the current interesting pages you might otherwise miss.
All you need to do is Right-click (control-click for MAC users) the orange RSS button at the bottom of the left panel; choose Copy Shortcut and then paste the URL into your RSS Reader. (If you haven't got an RSS reader or you're not sure what RSS is, you can read more about it here).
If you have a Yahoo, MSN or Google account you can add the feed to your own personalised page. Again, just click the appropriate button at the bottom of the left panel.
I look forward to keeping you up to date with diabetes info gems as I discover and add them to this site.
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