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A day at the beach - A Swim and T1D
The sun is shining the weather is fine! Who doesn't feel like a nice cool swim, pool, lake or sea. So how do you go about swimming with type 1 diab...
Medical Accessories Type 1 Diabetics Use Daily
Diabetes has evolved as a long-term health problem with no proper treatment. Persons who have diabetes must rely on various medical equipment and l...
The Closed-Loop System for Diabetes
Controlling blood sugar levels artificially, using mechanisms close to the natural human systems, has become possible with the help of modern techn...
How do insulin and glucagon work in the body?
Islet cells found in the pancreas release insulin and glucagon. The pancreas contains clusters of islet cells (Langerhans) of several types, includ...
What is the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Diabetes is a long-lasting disease that alters the modes of how your body utilizes the single biggest source of energy i.e. glucose. The result of ...
Freestyle Libre Sensor vs. Dexcom: CGM Function, Cost, and Accuracy
Continuous glucose monitors are small, discreet gadgets that measure blood sugar levels throughout the day. They can help people manage their diabetes by providing real-time information about their blood sugar levels.
How An Omnipod Makes a Type 1 Diabetic’s Life Much Easier
Type 1 Diabetes is a notorious condition that comes along with a lot of worries. The treatment has been out there, but still, the stressful managem...
What is a hypoglycemia?
A hypo, or hypoglycemia, is a low blood sugar level. In general, a hypo is when the blood glucose level is below 4 mmol/L. Normally, the glucose co...

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