Vol. 21, No. 4 Fall Edition 2006
Voice of the Diabetic, published quarterly, is the national magazine of the Diabetes Action Network of the National Federation of the Blind.It is read by those interested in all aspects of diabetes and blindness. We show diabetics that they have options regardless of complications. We know that positive attitudes are contagious.
Send news items, change of address notices, and other magazine correspondence to: Voice of the Diabetic, 1800 Johnson Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21230; phone: (410) 296-7760; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Find us on the World Wide Web at: www.nfb.org and click on Publications. Copyright 2006 Diabetes Action Network, National Federation of the Blind. ISSN 1041-8490
Note: The information and advice contained in Voice of the Diabetic are for educational purposes, and are not intended to take the place of personal instruction provided by your physician, or by your health care team. Discuss any changes in your treatment with the appropriate health professionals.
Voice of the Diabetic is free to subscribers and members of the Diabetes Action Network (DAN). DAN membership costs $10 per year. To sign up please see the subscription form on page 25.
VOICE OF THE DIABETIC HAS MOVED
The Voice offices have moved to the National Federation of the Blind headquarters. Send correspondence to:
Voice of the Diabetic
1800 Johnson Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
Our phone: (410) 296-7760, and email: email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you.
We are happy to provide extra copies of Voice of the Diabetic to volunteers who want to help spread our message of hope for those at risk of diabetic complications. Each quarter thousands of distributors display the Voice in clinics, libraries, pharmacies, hospitals, doctors’ offices, and throughout their communities.
Help educate, empower and inspire those with diabetes. Volunteer to distribute today. Please contact us at: 1800 Johnson Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21230; phone: (410) 296-7760; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A Special Invitation to Advertisers
Voice of the Diabetic is the nation’s only magazine devoted to helping consumers at risk for complications of diabetes.
Today our Voice spreads encouraging news in more than 321,158 copies. Join our Voice so subscribers can hear your message loud and clear.
Call (410) 296-7760, email: email@example.com, or fax us at (410) 296-7645. You may also visit our Web site: www.nfb.org and click on Publications.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
More Than Just Pills: A Guide to Understanding Your Diabetes Meds
by Peter J. Nebergall, PhD
Laser Photocoagulation for Diabetic Retinopathy
by A. Paul Chous, MA, OD
Jean’s Journey: How One Woman Brought Health and Hope to Diabetics in Kenya
by Jean Suren, KRN, BSC, CDE
Ask the Doctor
by Wesley W. Wilson, MD
Louie Cheek, 98, Loves Life
by Ed Bryant
Miss Missouri Crusades For Diabetes
by Ed Bryant
Exciting New Feature: If Blindness Comes
Mindfulness in Everyday Activity
by Ann S. Williams, PhD, RN, CDE
by Susan Blake, MS, RD, and Beth Howard
Ace Inhibitors May Reduce Hispanic Diabetes Risk
by Peter J. Nebergall, PhD
Team Type 1 Triumphs
by Havilah D’Agostino
Healthy Home Cooking
by Healthy Exchanges
COMPLETE ISSUE (Word Document)
Making a Meaningful Gift
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Posted: September 2006