The Diabetes Monitor is a site dedicated to question and answers about all aspects of managing Diabetes.
This site has a wealth of information and resources for management of both Type I and type II Diabetes. It gethers information and resources from all over the world and the internet and puts them in one central place for easy reference. Emphasis is placed on making a person with diabetes an active part of their own treatment and management and care by providing relevant information and resources.
The site contains links for people who are newly diagnosed with either type of diabetes, a question and answer section where writers can send in their question regarding diabetes and get a professional or peer to answer the question, a list of resources on the internet, a web log regarding diabetes management, a tipof the day for managing diabetes, and articles which deal with other, not often discussed aspects of living with diabetes.
An alphabetical index of the information on the iste is available and turned out to be very useful. Not only did the index point to useful articles on the site, the sources for the articles were cited and references were given, making it relatively easy to find the information one is seeking. This site is one of only a handful I could find information on scuba diving for the diabetic-and from the information gathered here, I could then go to the re reference articles and get even more information.
If you are seeking information and resources on diabetes, this site is the first stop you ought to make on the web! You can find everything from just starting out in treatment to more advanced topics such as dealing with long term complications, how to manage your diabetes for different activities, diet, news items, and the ever popular question and answer section. There is also a message forum available to visitors.