Here???s issue four of the free online journal ???Diabetic Hypoglycemia??? ??? I???ve removed the article hyperlinks for a couple of reasons (a) because they don???t work (the journal doesn???t appear to have been put on the website yet, and so they were all redirecting to the homepage, which I???ve left in) and (2) because they had a redirect in them (cos they were sent to my work address and that???s how it seems to work). Removing this bit usually makes the remaining URL work fine, but for some reason??? nope (and the articles aren’t there yet).
Anyway, enjoy??? when it comes online. It???s free but you may have to register to read full articles.
Diabetic Hypoglycemia: Volume 4, Issue 1 eNewsletter
Dear Jo Brodie,
We are pleased to announce the publication of a new issue of Diabetic Hypoglycemia
(http://www.hypodiab.com), the influential open access online journal.
Impaired hypoglycemia awareness is the main focus of this issue. Topics surrounding defective glucose counter-regulation, hypoglycemia-induced brain damage and fear of hypoglycemia are reviewed.
Impaired hypoglycemia awareness ??? Simon Heller
Impaired counter-regulatory and symptomatic responses to hypoglycemia in type 1 diabetes: underlying mechanisms ??? Rory J McCrimmon
This focuses on recently published research on various topics of hypoglycemia
In profile interview
Professor Daniel J Cox
The economic and patient-centered burden of diabetic hypoglycemia
Clinical case study
Hypoglycemic hemiparesis in a woman with type 1 diabetes: evidence of underlying cerebrovascular disease ??? Anna R Dover and Siobhan McLaughlin
The World Health Organization (WHO) diabetes pages
We would like to invite you to take this opportunity to explore our website and the key features making Diabetic Hypoglycemia an essential source for hypoglycemia awareness, using our guided tour, which is activated by clicking on the following link: http://www.hypodiab.com/Teaser/hypodiab.html
We hope that Diabetic Hypoglycemia will become your favorite source of information regarding hypoglycemia, its consequences and its treatment options.
For more information, please visit the Diabetic Hypoglycemia website: http://www.hypodiab.com