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Call a doctor if your child:

Check with your doctor if your child:

Health professionals who may care for a child who has with type 1 diabetes include:

Exams and Tests

A child with type 1 diabetes needs to visit his or her doctor at least every 3 to 6 months. During these visits, the doctor reviews your child's blood sugar level records and asks about any problems you and your child may have. Your child's blood pressure is checked, and growth and development is evaluated. The doctor examines your child for signs of infections, especially at injection sites. Your child usually has the following tests at office visits:

If your child has a family history of high cholesterol or heart disease and is at least 10 years old, your child's doctor may do a cholesterol (LDL and HDL) test when type 1 diabetes is diagnosed or as soon as blood sugars are under control. If there is no family history of high cholesterol, your child may have a cholesterol test at puberty. If the LDL cholesterol is less than 100 mg/dL (2.60 mmol/L) and there is no family history of high cholesterol, the doctor may repeat this test every 5 years.

Diabetes increases your child's risk for dental problems. Experts suggest dental checkups every 6 months.

Once a year, you and your child may also see other members of the diabetes team, for example:

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Your child may have a test for thyroid antibodies when type 1 diabetes is diagnosed. Also, a thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test and a thyroxine (T4) test may be done every 1 to 2 years. These tests check for thyroid problems, which are common among people who have type 1 diabetes.

Other tests include:

The goal of your child's treatment for type 1 diabetes is to always keep his or her blood sugar levels within a target range . A target range reduces the chance of diabetes complications. Daily diabetes care and regular medical checkups will help you and your child accomplish this goal.

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When considering different career options, scouring job sites and employment listings will give you a pretty good idea of the skills you need to succeed. But at a certain point, you need to start adjusting your thinking –you need to get ahead of the game. The skills and proficiencies that are tailored to today’s job market are not going to be the ones that will land you a job tomorrow, next year, or even five years from now.

The point is, the economy is changing rapidly –more rapidly than ever before. Changes that used to happen over generations are happening in a matter of years. Jobs are being replaced by technologies, consumer tastes shift instantaneously, and businesses are running wild trying to catch up. So, you need to get ahead of it all by considering the skills you’re going to need tomorrow, not today.

At the most recent meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos ,an annual coming-together of many of the world’s brightest minds in the world of economics, business, and finance, the future of work was discussed. One thing was made very clear at the discussions: change is coming, and rapidly. That may be bad news for the world’s workers –at least the ones who sit still.

Workforces are shrinking, and the needs of employers are changing. It’s what experts are calling the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ . And a lot rides on how we respond to it.

In preparation, the WEF outlined the 10 skills that will be most in-demand several years from now, in 2020. Though there is a lot of overlap with the skills currently being sought-after, there are some radical changes that should take place between now and then. Employers will need problem solvers and thinkers; not merely plug-n-play workers.

The following 10 skills are those outlined in the WEF Future of Work report , with input from experts at Davos. If you plan on being gainfully employed in 2020, or at least have a tool chest that will impress employers, here are some skills you’ll want to further develop.

10. Cognitive flexibility

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It doesn’t get much more vague than ‘cognitive flexibility’ –but that in itself should be a clue as to what employers will be looking for in the future. You need to be flexible, and your thinking needs to be flexible. You need to be able to look at problems from different angles, analyze and find weaknesses, and even think of your role in organizations differently. It’s abstract. But that’s also the point.

Tracklist: (A1) Paprika (B1) Balearia

JA:CK is back to showcase his first solo release on Cocoon Recordings. Tuscany smells of pines and good food, the sea spoils you just like good wine and lots of sun. For some time now we here at Cocoon have been connecting with Tuscany through the legendary Cocoon events at the Tini Soundgarden in Cecina and since last year Segnore JA:CK has also joined our Tuscany vision. Following on from his track "Naturra" on the 10" with Joel Mull (2017), we’re proud to present two new tracks by the Tuscan artist, which once again possess their very own charm. Dry and grainy, they still come across housey and sexy and to put us properly in the picture, JA:CK’s called the release "Paprika" - short and crisp, red hot and spicy - that's alright with us! Listen up as we bring the Tuscany vibes to the festivals and to Ibiza this summer. Signore e signori: Ecco il tuo uomo!

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Artist: Various Artists Release: CORLP043 Release Medium: CD – Digital – LP Release Date: 20th July 2018

Tracklist: Lusine – Parallel Isolée – Yes let Mano Le Tough – Vanishing Landscapes International Anything – The Future is Here Eduardo De La Calle – Caravaca’s Distortion Theory Inigo Kennedy – Black Light Ambivalent Alden Tyrell – War Island PigDan – Shattered Minds ROD – Abel Ingo Boss – Junghof Love Star John Heckle – Fantasy CristiCons–BirdinSpace

Techno in 2018 and Cocoon Recordings in 2018: What on earth is left when everything has already been said, done, produced, sampled and triggered, then revisited and re-imagined once again for good measure – and all that, knowing full well the wheel can't actually be reinvented... but hang on a second, isn't that exactly the point? Isn't that the real core of this music? It just keeps on turning like a great, infinite wheel! The revolution in sound, that magical moment at the very beginning is now, admittedly, a distant memory. To this day however, the origins of the movement reappear time and again as stylistic features in current productions. The uncompromising, distorted rhythms of Detroit, the euphoria of UK Acid House and the subsequent “Second Summer of Love“ or the magical "Bring Down The Walls" vibe of Germany’s post-reunification years which still shapes the Berlin scene today, not forgetting of course, the Hessian excess of the Techno-freaks from Frankfurt.... all this has very little to do with contemporary Techno. The meaningful element of this music, the true core of quality techno lies in itself, not in what once was or where it came from. That's exactly why this music still works, even for those who have been on the bus from day one. In the meantime, the wheel has turned so far that every conceivable genre has been defined and then packed full of memorable moments. Techno, Minimal, House, Tech House, Deep House, Electro, EDM, Acid etc, etc, etc. Names, styles, references... it’s all smoke and mirrors. Yes, they certainly help us to categorise a track on first listening, but it’s listening to the music, dancing to it and simply letting it be that’s by far the most important thing. Society as a reflection of cultural development shows us where persistent labelling can lead. Left, right, up, down, all this ultimately leads us to lose sight of what’s really important. Music and dancing connect people, overcome language barriers, skin colours and national borders and we have to start looking at our music in this light. Almost 30 years after the Second Summer Of Love, it's time to classify our music not by origin and category, but by the feelings it triggers and how it works. Which brings us to Cocoon Recordings and above all to Cocoon Head Sven Väth, who demands exactly this from himself and "his" music. Few other DJs embody the ability to "think outside the box" like Frankfurt’s honorary citizen, whether he’s dropping Sade’s version of "Why Can't We Live Together" to close out the night or ushering in Monday morning with the Bangles’ "Just Another Manic Monday". Of course Sven and Cocoon are also synonymous with Techno, nevertheless we should look back over the last few years of Cocoon Recordings with great pride and recognise that strict style guidelines and exaggerated pigeonholing no longer apply. It’s especially true for the compilation series, which having now reached the letter R(ecordings), impressively shows the arc the Frankfurt label’s output continues to span. From soft and melodic with a lot of depth to highly functional and extremely crisp – there’s a creative range on offer that very few labels can boast. "I listen to and play everything that I like and that touches me. I always pack a genre-spanning record bag, I’m particularly interested in those special tracks - that's exactly how my vision of Cocoon Recordings is about!" (Sven Väth). The current compilation "R" not only continues this idea, it is a prime example of the label’s philosophy. The illustrious circle of artists on the latest compilation is peppered with such prominent names as Isoleé, Lusine, PigDan, Inigo Kennedy, Ambivalent Alden Tyrell, ROD and Mano Le Tough. Label representative and Frankfurt original Ingo Boss is once again on board and with contributions from International Anything, John Heckle, Cristi Cons and Eduardo De La Calle, promising new faces from further afield are also represented. Of course, all this doesn’t say much about the actual content, but that's exactly what it's about. Known vs. unknown, origins, discography etc, it’s not important on this LP-Box. Cocoon Recordings delivers what the label stands for and what it does best: promoting new artists, bringing celebrity names on board and above all, not building any musical walls either on or off the dancefloor. With releases like this, it’s clear to us that the journey is ongoing and the wheel will continue to spin. All we have to do is join in and stop trying to label everything we don't know and put it in a box. Our music isn't new anymore, but it remains great and has the energy to connect us, no matter what category or subcategory it belongs to. That’s enough talk for now... "Go out and start dancing!" (Franz Beckenbauer)

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JA:CK - Paprika

JA:CK is back to showcase his first solo release on Cocoon Recordings. Tuscany smells of pines and good food, the sea spoils you just like good wine and lots of sun. For some time now we here at Cocoon have been connecting with Tuscany through the legendary Cocoon events at the Tini Soundgarden in Cecina and since last year Segnore JA:CK has also joined our Tuscany vision. Following on from his track "Naturra" on the 10" with Joel Mull (2017), we’re proud to present two new tracks by the Tuscan artist, which once again possess their very own charm. Dry and grainy, they still come across housey and sexy and to put us properly in the picture, JA:CK’s called the release "Paprika" - short and crisp, red hot and spicy - that's alright with us! Listen up as we bring the Tuscany vibes to the festivals and to Ibiza this summer. Signore e signori: Ecco il tuo uomo!

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In an extraordinarily rare move, Senate Republicans said that Sen. Elizabeth Warren had breached Senate rules by reading past statements opposing Jeff Sessions from figures such as the late senator Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., and the late Coretta Scott King. Feb. 7, 2017. (C-SPAN)

In an extraordinarily rare move, Senate Republicans said that Sen. Elizabeth Warren had breached Senate rules by reading past statements opposing Jeff Sessions from figures such as the late senator Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., and the late Coretta Scott King. Feb. 7, 2017. (C-SPAN)

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , bless his heart, has coined a new feminist rally cry.

“Nevertheless, she persisted.”

He used it to rebuke Sen. Elizabeth Warren , D-Mass., who read past statements from the late Coretta Scott King and the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., during a debate Tuesday night over attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions , an Alabama senator.

“He is, I believe, a disgrace to the Justice Department and he should withdraw his nomination and resign his position,” Warren read, quoting remarks Kennedy made in 1986 when Sessions was nominated to be a federal judge.

McConnell, a Republican from Kentucky, called foul, saying, “The senator has impugned the motives and conduct of our colleague from Alabama.” And that set up a vote on her conduct. Warren's fellow senators backed McConnell's rebuke by a vote of 49 to 43, which means Warren isn't allowed to speak during the rest of the debate over Sessions.

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“Sen. Warren was giving a lengthy speech,” McConnell explained. “She had appeared to violate the rule. She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted.”

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Three little words that women can draw on for decades to come, when something needs to be said and, darn it, we plan to say it.

When we’re being talked over in meetings. When we’re fighting to be heard in male-dominated fields. When we’re standing up for our values. When we’re doing valuable work and people reduce us to our appearance.

Senate Republicans passed a party-line rebuke Tuesday night of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for a speech opposing attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions, striking down her words for impugning the Alabama senator's character.

In an extraordinarily rare move, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.,...

One of my favorite Michelle Obama quotes is contained in Peter Slevin’s excellent biography, “Michelle Obama: A Life.” It’s in response to the public’s obsession with her looks, which all too often veered into shallow (and sometimes cruel) territory.

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