Although internet shopping has grown tremendously in the last few years, there is still a large interest in physically hitting the stores and malls on Black Friday, which occurs annually the day after Thanksgiving, this year on Friday November 25th, 2022. The traditional holiday shopping season usually begins the day after Thanksgiving and ends on Christmas […]
June is Brain Health Awareness month and a great time to start focusing on helping your brain develop better habits. You can keep your sharpness, acuity and enhance your learning abilities. Most people who have diabetes are aware of common potential complications such as heart disease, high blood pressure, nerve problems, foot issues and eye complications. […]
Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of death in the United States and around the world. In 2018, over 600,000 people died of cancer in the US. “Women with diabetes are 27% more likely to develop cancer than healthy women and men with diabetes are 19% more likely to develop cancer than healthy men”. Over 47 […]
Hurricanes, also known as cyclones or typhoons in other parts of the world, is overwhelming, especially when you have diabetes; with diabetes, you have added challenges to consider during natural disasters. Hurricanes consist of heavy rains, swirling winds, storm surges, floodwaters and possible loss of power. It is crucial for you to have your diabetes supplies, […]
Truck drivers often work long hours, travel great distances and are responsible for the safe operation of large trucks. Long haul truck drivers have more than twice the risk of diabetes due to high stress and unhealthy food options.
It seems diabetes and anger may go hand-in-hand. Dealing with diabetes can make people feel angry and anger may result in blood sugar elevations. “Anger and frustration foster risk taking by impacting self-regulation and can make things even worse.” Discover why anger and stewing can mess with your diabetes.
Why is Anger Related to Diabetes?
From the initial […]
MiniMed infusion sets include slender plastic tubing that delivers insulin from the pump and into the body. The tubing is available in different lengths to accommodate the requirements of the person with diabetes. At the end of the tubing, there is a stainless steel needle or a flexible, tapered tube called a cannula.
There is more to treating diabetes than checking blood sugars with a glucose meter and keeping your blood sugar levels within a specific range. Most people with diabetes have a health care team in place to help them manage their care. Discover when and why you should see an endocrinologist with diabetes as they, too, should be part of your health care team.
Inolife R&D Signs LOI With ADW Diabetes to Make Its Inojex Needle-Free Injector Available to Diabetics in USA
Inolife is entering into a Definitive Agreement With ADW Diabetes to Serve Diabetics in USA with FDA Approved Needle-Free Insulin Injectors.
Diabetes is well known to have an affect on the nerve endings in our body as well as the blood vessels. Most times, we think of these complications targeting our feet as in neuropathy, our eyes as in retinopathy or in our kidneys as nephropathy. It is documented that people with diabetes also can experience urological and sexual complications.