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DEAR ABBY: "Disturbed in Texas" (June 5) was annoyed by the sound of a diabetic co-worker's "beeper" going off frequently. "Disturbed" may not fully understand this situation. The "beeper" is a continuous glucose monitor (CGM), which alerts insulin-dependent diabetics to any blood sugar levels that are out of range. Swift action may be required to correct these blood sugars, and it's vital that the diabetic receive these alerts.

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

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In this photo provided by Ginny Hughes, members of the Troy Kids' Garden Learning Community plant together at Troy Gardens in Madison, Wis. (Ginny Hughes via AP)

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

  • Updated

This photo released by The New York Botanical Garden shows schoolchildren learning about growing food in the garden’s 3-acre Edible Academy. (The New York Botanical Garden via AP)

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

  • Updated

In this photo provided by Ginny Hughes, members of the Troy Kids' Garden Learning Community make bouquets at Troy Gardens in Madison, Wis. (Ginny Hughes via AP)

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

  • Updated

In this photo provided by Ginny Hughes, a member of the Troy Kids' Garden Learning Community searches for ripe mulberries in the Kids' Garden at Troy Gardens in Madison, Wis. (Ginny Hughes via AP)

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

  • Updated

This photo released by The New York Botanical Garden shows schoolchildren learning about growing food in the garden’s 3-acre Edible Academy. (The New York Botanical Garden via AP)

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

Schools find ways to keep gardening lessons blooming

  • Updated

This photo released by The New York Botanical Garden shows schoolchildren learning about growing food in the garden’s 3-acre Edible Academy. (The New York Botanical Garden via AP)