Choosing a Continuous Glucose Monitor is a big decision. Here we breakdown the top CGMs, their manufacturers, and features so you can select the right CGM to fit your lifestyle.Read More
Living with diabetes can be hard enough. You shouldn’t have to worry about sticking yourself with needles multiple times a day. Instead, ask your doctor about Continuous Glucose Monitoring (or CGM). These systems are composed of a small sensor and transceiver device that constantly monitor your blood sugar levels. To learn more about how CGMs…Read More
When you live with diabetes a common term you might hear is Continuous Glucose Monitoring, also known as CGM. For the uninitiated to the world of diabetes management, using a CGM might seem an overwhelmingly daunting task. All types of questions can present you with a challenge, but you’re not alone! Read on for answers…Read More
Probiotic supplements and foods can boost the number of good bacteria in your system. These bacteria and yeasts can have significant health benefits – and they might even have a positive effect on diabetes management! In this article, the team at US MED will take you on a deep dive into the world of probiotics.Read More
Cardiovascular Disease Smokers have a 30-40% higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes over non-smokers. Smoking also makes it difficult to control the disease and determine proper insulin dosage since it makes your body more resistant to insulin leading to higher glucose levels. The more prevalent the smoking habit is, the higher the risk of…Read More
For the past 20 years diabetes has always been classified as either type 1 or type 2, but new revelations show that there could actually be five different types. New research such as one found in an article out of The Lancet: Diabetes & Endocrinology suggests a need for a revision to the diabetes classification system. …Read More
The Apple watch is not just a hi-tech fashion statement but is now able to detect diabetes with 85% accuracy, according to part of a larger DeepHeart study with Cardiogram and UCSF. It used data from Apple Watch users and detected 462 of them as having diabetes using the watch’s built-in heart rate sensor and artificial intelligence-based…Read More
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