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Made out of smart textiles, Siren Care's Smart Socks are designed to detect diabetic foot injuries early to avoid progression of ulcers and amputations.
Did you know that people with type 2 diabetes spend 1,000% more time planning Valentine’s Day than they do talking to their doctor about diabetes? That's risky. Here's why.
Diabetes alert dogs detect odors that reflect hypoglycemic and alert their owners. Because they are in high demand, it can be hard to find a properly trained dog and they can be expensive.
When the right technology is married to the right process, the sky’s the limit in terms of driving compliance and improving care—case in point, diabetic retinopathy.
Peer support and digital health are synergistic. Integrating these two forms of patient support provides patients with more choices and more personalized care.
Simply making apps available isn’t enough—developers must design apps that engage patients & providers must ensure patients are using them properly, safely & to their full potential.
The challenge for doctors lies in keeping a step ahead of their patients to understand which new treatments are a viable option for them.
High dietary protein is associated with increased cancer, diabetes, and overall mortality in middle aged people, but the effect is the opposite in seniors.
Fructose is probably the sweetest natural sugar. On a scale of sweetness where sucrose (obtained from sugar cane) is 100, fructose is 173.
It is interesting that the treatment of diabetes, long the purview of the internist and family physician, may one day (soon) be best treated with surgery.
Many scientific studies document the health benefits of coffee including a lower risk of diabetes, arrhythmias & dementia. It also may increase longevity.
Nueon, has come up with a better, probably more accurate and clinically relevant, way of obtaining a blood pressure measurement.