The Diabetes Travel Guide


By: Linda von Wartburg

You can rack your brain and make lists by the dozens, but it's stillhard to be sure you've covered everything when you're preparing fora trip and you have diabetes. The last thing you need is to be stuckat an airport and find you've forgotten something critical.

The Diabetes Travel Guide, 2nd Edition, is a fat little handbookthat's made all the lists for you, so you can travel with theassurance that you're prepared for every eventuality.

From a specific doctor's note about Byetta, to adjusting yourinsulin to time changes, to what you'll need for scuba diving, not astone has been left unturned. The handbook is authored by DavidaKruger, MSN, APRN-BC, BC-ADM, published by the ADA, and priced at$14.95.



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