Currently, over 37 million Americans have diabetes. The forecast is for that amount to go up rapidly by 2050. Reading, learning and asking your health care provider questions about diabetes may help change your future of developing diabetes or how well you can control it OR if you do eventually develop it.
Freestyle Libre is a new continuous glucose monitoring system (CGM) for individual patient use. It can help you improve and control your diabetes for patients 18 years of age or older. The Freestyle Libre system does require a prescription. It can help you track blood glucose trends, both high and low, without a finger stick which […]
2018 marks another exciting year of news in the world of diabetes research and diabetes care. There were several yearly updates in all aspects of diabetes diagnosis, treatment and prevention by many professional diabetes expert organizations. These include yearly meetings and presentations held by The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE), in Boston in May 2018, as well as The American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) in Baltimore, August 2018.
The CDC has released the 2017 diabetes United States statistics report. Diabetes affects 30.3 million people - 23.1 million diagnosed with diabetes and 7.2 million still undiagnosed. There are 84.1 million adults with pre-diabetes which eventually turns to diabetes if not treated with weight loss, change in eating habits and exercise.
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.
Patients are constantly asking what is new in the field of health and diabetes. Since diabetes affects so many people worldwide, whether it is the patient, family member or caregiver, it is important to stay informed. New information, studies, medications, products and technologies are emerging on a daily basis since diabetes is so prevalent. Let’s examine […]
Each year diabetes treatment becomes more sophisticated with new technology, better medications and increased knowledge and awareness from our medical practitioners. Certain aspects of diabetes treatment remains the same throughout the years, but following old protocols might not be enough for blood sugar control in the upcoming year. Let’s examine some of the latest trends and […]
ADW Diabetes supports the Naples Diabetes Conference hosted by Help A Diabetic Child and the Greater Naples YMCA. This amazing conference brought together doctors, researchers, medical experts, patients, parents and caretakers. The conference discussed, answer questions, and educated anyone who was affected by Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. This all-day event held on Nov 2nd […]
Becton Dickinson (BD) has been manufacturing syringes for more than a century. Leaders in the industry, it is very likely that the doctor’s and veterinary offices that you visit use the BD brand. Recently, BD has introduced two new pet syringes for U-40 with half unit markings, specifically for insulin injection for diabetic pets. BD U-40 Pet Syringes are designed to help your cats and dogs live a happy and health life.
New diabetes technology in 2016 can help make it easier to manage diabetes. A variety of innovative products have already been introduced to the market and others will be released in the near future. Find out more about what the latest technology can do to help you manage diabetes.