Articles on Sports Issues
Articles from Diabetes Forecast® (DF) must be used as is, and may not be altered for other purposes.
- Articles may be reprinted for educational and not for profit purposes (to increase awareness).
- Reprints (of articles) must retain the proper citations already printed in each pdf file, including: author, date of DF issue, page numbers, title of article.
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- It is acceptable to quote passages from articles, with proper attribution included. Proper attribution includes the name of the magazine (ex: Diabetes Forecast®), issue month and year and title of the article. The style is to put the title of article in quotation marks – see example below. If the passage is a direct quotation from a source in the story, that person's name, credentials, and affiliation should also be noted – see example below.
- Example of a citation: Diabetes Forecast®, November 2011, "Two Wheeled Advocacy."
- Example of a quotation: "For me, it became more of an awareness [campaign], to put the bill on their radar screen." Marcus Grimm, Lancaster, PA, Member of Team Type 1.
Date: September 2008
Topic of Article: In it to Win it–Heath Pugh, Chris Berry
Type of Sports Case: Baseball Player
Not specifically about diabetes discrimination, but a personal story of a young man and his coach, both with type 1 diabetes, who each played baseball at the high school and college level: how they managed their diabetes during rigorous athletic activity.