The Diabetes Travel Guide

Packed with Tips About What to Pack

| Jul 22, 2007

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

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

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

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