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Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006

Adam Morrison Vs. Diabetes

Adam Morrison of the National Basketball Association's Charlotte Bobcats was in The Early Show plaza, talking about his upcoming rookie season and taking on an opponent very different than the players he'll face on the leagues' courts.

Morrison has type 1 diabetes, and is firmly committed to helping others who have the disease understand that they can learn to manage it. He hopes his making it all the way to the NBA will inspire others who have diabetes.

To watch the segment, click here.

For more on this, go to the Web site "," by clicking here.

Monday, Sept. 18, 2006

Kids' Arts & Crafts Supplies

No matter how old they are, kids love arts and crafts.

But, they don't all use the same tools to draw with, and the tools they use change as they get older.

So, which art supplies should you get for your children?

Laurie Gelman, a Cookie magazine contributing editor, stopped by The Early Show Monday with some great examples for kids of all ages.

For much more from Cookie magazine on this, click here.

To see the segment, click here.

Monday, Sept. 4, 2006

Lessening Knee Pain

More women than men suffer with knee problems. And the pain, stiffness and swelling that accompany troubled knees can the make the simplest tasks daunting.

An expert on the topic stopped by The Early Show Monday.

Dr. Jeffrey E. Rosen is an assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery in the New York University School of Medicine, and director of adolescent sports medicine at New York's Hospital for Joint Diseases.

For resources to prevent and relieve knee pain, visit these Web sites:

Dr. Jeffrey Rosen

Info on talking to your doctor page; questions for patients to think about

Pain chart: track and monitor pain to prepare for discussion with your physician

ACL injuries in women, female athletes in particular

Exercises for female athletes to attempt to prevent knee injuries

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

More on women and ACL injuries

Mayo Clinic on knee injuries

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