The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International Doggie Treat Cook Book

This doggie treat cook book is intended to raise funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International by including man’s best friend. Included are 13 delicious dog friendly recipies along with information regarding Type I and type II diabetes. With much respect for the 80% of funds raised by JDRF going directly to diabetes research, 80% of profit generated via book sales will go directly to JDRF. JDRF is the leader in research leading to a cure for type 1 diabetes in the world.  It sets the global agenda for diabetes research, and is the largest charitable funder and advocate of diabetes science worldwide. The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research.

 

Honest Kitchen Preference, Grain-Free Foundation Diet For Dogs, 7lb

Just add meat! The easiest way to make homemade dog food, Preference is a grain-free foundation diet, to which meat must be added with every feeding. The beauty of Preference is that you can add whichever meat you would like, so it’s an excellent option for dogs that can’t tolerate more common protein sources or who just like a little variety. Suitable for dogs of all ages including pups and seniors.

Product Features

  • Makes more than 28 pounds of fresh food base mix
  • Made with 100% human food grade ingredients – made with non-GMO produce and some organic ingredients
  • Formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by AAFCO for all life stages
  • Minimally processed – the food undergoes no high heat processing or extrusion
  • Contains no added salt, sugar, artificial preservatives, by-products, flavors, or fillers

 

THE JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH FOUNDATION AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: A MODEL PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ACCELERATING RESEARCH TOWARD A CURE

The BiblioGov Project is an effort to expand awareness of the public documents and records of the U.S. Government via print publications. In broadening the public understanding of government and its work, an enlightened democracy can grow and prosper. Ranging from historic Congressional Bills to the most recent Budget of the United States Government, the BiblioGov Project spans a wealth of government information. These works are now made available through an environmentally friendly, print-on-demand basis, using only what is necessary to meet the required demands of an interested public. We invite you to learn of the records of the U.S. Government, heightening the knowledge and debate that can lead from such publications.

 

Family Practice: Diabetes: Designs for Management (Audio-Digest Foundation Family Practice Continuing Medical Education (CME).)

Purpose: Audio-Digest Foundation CME/CE activities are designed to provide its learners – physicians and other healthcare professionals – with continuing education that will help identify clinical problems in their practice settings, provide content to help to solve those problems, and increase their application of knowledge to practice.

Audio-Digest Family Practice is specifically designed to provide the participant with state-of-the-art information which builds on the AAFP Core Educational Guidelines, including, but not limited to, the diagnosis and management of:

Alcoholism & Substance Abuse
Allergy & Immunology
Cardiovascular Medicine
Conditions of the Eye
Conditions of the Musculoskeletal System
Conditions of the Nervous System
Conditions of the Skin
Care of Adolescents & Older Adults
HIV Infection/AIDS
Human Behavior and Mental Health
Nutrition
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Occupational Medicine
Disease Prevention & Health Promotion
Rheumatology
Risk Management & Medical Liability
Sports and Recreational Medicine
Urgent and Emergent Care

The goal of this program is to improve management of diabetes. After hearing and assimilating this program, the clinician will be better able to:

1: Select appropriate pharmacologic therapy for diabetes based on clinical findings and patient characteristics.

2: Use a stepwise approach to manage diabetes and prevent chronic complications of this disease.

3: Establish appropriate targets for hemoglobin A1c, low-density lipoprotein, and blood pressure.

4: Counsel patients about diet and weight loss for improved glycemic control.

5:Assess data about effects of carbohydrates on insulin resistance, glucose control, and triglyceride levels.

 

Family Practice: Refocusing Education for Type 2 Diabetes (Audio-Digest Foundation Family Practice Continuing Medical Education (CME).)

Purpose: Audio-Digest Foundation CME/CE activities are designed to provide its learners – physicians and other healthcare professionals – with continuing education that will help identify clinical problems in their practice settings, provide content to help to solve those problems, and increase their application of knowledge to practice.

Audio-Digest Family Practice is specifically designed to provide the participant with state-of-the-art information which builds on the AAFP Core Educational Guidelines, including, but not limited to, the diagnosis and management of:

Alcoholism & Substance Abuse
Allergy & Immunology
Cardiovascular Medicine
Conditions of the Eye
Conditions of the Musculoskeletal System
Conditions of the Nervous System
Conditions of the Skin
Care of Adolescents & Older Adults
HIV Infection/AIDS
Human Behavior and Mental Health
Nutrition
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Occupational Medicine
Disease Prevention & Health Promotion
Rheumatology
Risk Management & Medical Liability
Sports and Recreational Medicine
Urgent and Emergent Care

The goal of this program is to improve diabetes education and management. After hearing and assimilating this program, the clinician will be better able to:

1:Initiate effective self-monitoring of blood glucose.

2: Provide preconception counseling to diabetic women.

3: Explain the importance of carbohydrate distribution in preventing weight gain in patients on insulin therapy.

4: Advise patients about lifestyle modification.

5: Assist newly diagnosed patients in developing a diabetes self-management plan.

 

Internal Medicine: Diabetes: A Management Spectrum (Audio-Digest Foundation Internal Medicine Continuing Medical Education (CME).)

Purpose: Audio-Digest Foundation CME/CE activities are designed to provide its learners – physicians and other healthcare professionals – with continuing education that will help identify clinical problems in their practice settings, provide content to help to solve those problems, and increase their application of knowledge to practice.

Audio-Digest Internal Medicine is specifically designed to provide the participant with state-of-the-art information on, including, but not limited to, the diagnosis and management of:

Gastroenterology
Hematology and medical oncology
Rheumatology
Pulmonary and critical care medicine
Endocrinology
Infectious disease
Nephrology and hypertension
Cardiology
Geriatric medicine

The goal of this program is to improve the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). After hearing and assimilating this program, the clinician will be better able to:

1: Diagnose prediabetes or T2DM by evaluating a patient’s fasting plasma glucose (FPG), 2-hr postprandial glucose (2-hr PPG), or hemoglobin (Hb) A1c level.

2: Reduce the risk of developing T2DM in patients with prediabetes by lifestyle intervention programs for weight loss and increased physical activity.

3: Prescribe pharmacologic therapy with proven efficacy in preventing progression to T2DM.

4: Recognize when intensification of basal insulin therapy is required to achieve glycemic control in patients with T2DM.

5: Progress patients on previous insulin treatment to basal-bolus therapy via stepwise addition of prandial insulin.

 

The American Diabetes Association/Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Sourcebook for Type 1 Diabetes

The American Diabetes Association/Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Sourcebook for Type 1 Diabetes serves as both an evidence-based reference work and consensus report outlining the most critical components of care for individuals with type 1 diabetes throughout their lifespan. The volume serves not only as a comprehensive guide for clinicians, but also reviews the evidence supporting these components of care and provides a perspective on the critical areas of research that are needed to improve our understanding of type 1 diabetes diagnosis and treatment. The volume focuses specifically on the needs of patients with type 1 diabetes and provides clear and detailed guidance on the current standards for the optimal treatment of type 1 diabetes from early childhood to later life.

To accomplish the book’s editorial goals, Editors-in-Chief, Drs. Anne Peters and Lori Laffel, assembled an editorial steering committee of prominent research physicians, clinicians, and educators to develop the topical coverage. In addition, a Managing Editor was brought on to help the authors write and focus their chapters.

The members of the steering committee include Belinda Childs, ARNP, MN, BC-ADM, CDE; Richard Insel, MD; M. Sue Kirkman, MD; Margaret Powers, PhD, RD, CDE; Richard Rubin, PhD, CDE; Desmond Schatz, MD; Linda Siminerio, RN, PhD, CDE. The steering committee members, along with Managing Editor, Jane Chiang, MD, worked directly with the forty-one (41) chapter authors to write and complete each chapter.

 

The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Creative Cooking for Renal Diets

Special diets are often difficult to follow because they soon become boring and monotonous. This cookbook was written to add variety and imagination to readers’ diets. Favorite everyday and special occasion recipes are given to make meals more pleasurable and the diets easier to follow. This cookbook has been compiled through the efforts of many individuals at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Renal patients submitted many recipes, and all recipes have been tested in the Cleveland Clinic Foundation Department of Nutrition Therapy test kitchen. Dialysis and pre-dialysis patients use this book. It contains 288 recipes for holidays and entertaining as well as for everyday use. Directions are easy to follow and printed in extra-large type. Recipes are modified for sodium, potassium, protein and fluid control. Most recipes use ingredients already at hand; only a few dietetic foods are required. Index and nutrient analyses are included for individual servings and total recipes.

 

Diabetes Foundation Loses Its Way.(Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, ethical and economical aspects regarding research and use of embryonic stem … An article from: National Right to Life News

This digital document is an article from National Right to Life News, published by National Right to Life Committee, Inc. on April 1, 2005. The length of the article is 980 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Citation Details
Title: Diabetes Foundation Loses Its Way.(Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, ethical and economical aspects regarding research and use of embryonic stem cells)(Editorial)
Author: Michael Fumento
Publication: National Right to Life News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: April 1, 2005
Publisher: National Right to Life Committee, Inc.
Volume: 32 Issue: 4 Page: 5

Article Type: Editorial

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Foundation Seeks $11 Million to Fund Promising Research in Humans; Diabetes in Mice Cured Using Non-Embryonic Sources.: An article from: National Right to Life News

This digital document is an article from National Right to Life News, published by National Right to Life Committee, Inc. on February 1, 2005. The length of the article is 1157 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Citation Details
Title: Foundation Seeks $11 Million to Fund Promising Research in Humans; Diabetes in Mice Cured Using Non-Embryonic Sources.
Publication: National Right to Life News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: February 1, 2005
Publisher: National Right to Life Committee, Inc.
Volume: 32 Issue: 2 Page: 8

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Pediatrics: Obesity and Diabetes (Audio-Digest Foundation Pediatrics Continuing Medical Education (CME).)

Purpose: Audio-Digest Foundation CME/CE activities are designed to provide its learners – physicians and other healthcare professionals – with continuing education that will help identify clinical problems in their practice settings, provide content to help to solve those problems, and increase their application of knowledge to practice.

Audio-Digest Pediatrics is specifically designed to provide the participant with state-of-the-art information, including, but not limited to, the diagnosis and management of:

Allergy & seasonal concerns
Cardiopulmonary disease
Dermatologic problems
Cancer in children and adolescents
Fever
Gastrointestinal problems
Genetic concerns
Hearing impairment
Infectious disease
Neurologic problems
Newborn screening
Nutritional concerns
Psychosocial issues
Respiratory disease
Sports injuries
Urologic disease
Visual impairment

The goal of this program is to improve the prevention and management of obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) in pediatric patients. After hearing and assimilating this program, the clinician will be better able to:

1: Identify modifiable and nonmodifiable factors that contribute to childhood obesity.

2: Recognize risk factors for obesity and the development of T2DM.

3: Recommend health and lifestyle interventions that can reduce body mass index and prevent the development of T2DM.

4: Consider the role of genetic mutations in the development of childhood obesity and T2DM.

5: Prescribe optimal treatment of obesity and T2DM in children.

 

Growing Up with Diabetes: What Children Want Their Parents to Know (Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Library)

A chance to step into your child’s shoes. When your child was diagnosed with diabetes your first priority was probably to learn everything you could about diabetes and how to manage it. Whether your child is a youngster or a teenager, you’ve done your best to help with injections, meals and snacks, and the many other elements of a diabetes management program. But through all this, you may be overlooking the importance of your child’s social and emotional development. Children want to be normal, and diabetes makes them “different.” Many well-meaning parents inadvertently focus too much on their child’s diabetes, and not enough on other aspects of their child’s life. This unique book, written by a young woman who was diagnosed with diabetes at age 11, gives you the opportunity to understand and relate to your child’s feelings. Drawing on the author’s own experiences and those of the many children and young adults she’s counseled, this sensitive guide explains:
* How children feel when they’re diagnosed
* Why diabetes is a bigger adjustment for you than for your child
* How to encourage a healthy approach to diabetes
* The importance of diabetes education
* How to make your child’s life as normal as possible
* Dealing with outside forces (school, day care, relatives, etc.)
* Eliminating the power struggle for independence in adolescence
* Books to Fund A Cure * A portion of this book’s proceeds will go to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, a not-for-profit voluntary health agency, whose primary objective is to support and fund research to find the cause, cure, treatment, and prevention of diabetes and its complications. Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Library Health”I am a 21-year-old chiropractic student who has had diabetes for over 10 years,” writes the author, who has been working with children and teenagers with diabetes since she was 15 and founded a camp for young people with diabetes. This slim book is “what children want their parents to know” about dealing with the social and emotional issues of diabetes, a perspective lacking in most books about this condition. For example, “My parents were worried about the long-term impact of diabetes and how it would change my life and my family’s life. I was worried that I wouldn’t [miss] my school field trip.”

McAuliffe teaches parents important concepts like not blaming yourself if your child has diabetes, accepting that your child will have diabetes forever, not transmitting a negative attitude, and letting your child be a “normal” kid. She also teaches strategies for dealing with daily life, such as including siblings in diabetes education and emergency training, educating your child’s teacher and classmates, and giving siblings without diabetes some extra attention. McAuliffe gives no medical advice–plenty of other books do that. She shares from her heart and experience what it was like being a kid with diabetes and how parents can make it easier or more difficult. –Joan Price

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In Control: A Guide for Teens with Diabetes (Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Library)

How to Make the Best Choices About Your Health Finally, a book about diabetes that you’ll actually want to read! This helpful and highly readable guide explains everything you need to know to get you through the teen years. Straightforward and current, this one-of-a-kind book tackles the issues and answers the questions you may face, including:
* Is it time for me to handle more of my diabetes care?
* What can I do about mood changes?
* What about junk food or fast food?
* When should I tell my boyfriend or girlfriend about my diabetes?
* Does diabetes affect my sexuality?
* How do I choose, talk to, and negotiate with my medical team?
“Practical, meaningful, and highly enjoyable. There are not many books out there for teenagers with diabetes. In Control fills a gap and really meets that need.” –JoAnn Ahern, RN, MSN, CDE Pediatric Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist, Yale University * Books to Fund a Cure * A portion of this book’s proceeds will go to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International, a not-for-profit voluntary health agency, whose primary objective is to support and fund research to find the cause, cure, treatment, and prevention of diabetes and its complications. Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Library Illustrator P.S. Mueller’s cartoons appear in more than 30 major city weekly newspapers throughout the country and in such magazines as Harper’s, Health, The Esquire Gentleman, Hippocrates, and The Utne Reader.

 

The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Creative Cooking for Renal Diabetic Diets

Written by a nationally recognized renal dietician, this book contains 187 recipes for holidays and entertaining as well as for everyday use. Many recipes were submitted by renal patients, and all recipes have been tested in the Cleveland Clinic Foundation Department of Nutrition Services test kitchen. Directions are easy to follow and printed in large type. Recipes are modified for sodium, potassium, protein, carbohydrate and fluid control. High-calorie recipes help increase calories without “going off the diet.” “Forbidden” foods or extras many instructions do not allow are worked into recipes safely for your enjoyment. Most recipes use ingredients already at hand; only a few dietetic foods are required. An index and nutrient analysis are included for individual servings and total recipes.

 

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