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How to Get Started Using a CGM

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If you and your doctor have decided that you should try a CGM, you may be at a loss for what to…

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CGM Products

Different Types of CGM Devices

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CGMs (Continuous Glucose Monitoring) always have the same three components: sensor, transmitter, and receiver. However, the way those components work varies significantly.…

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Top Suppliers for CGM

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Living with diabetes can be hard enough. You shouldn’t have to worry about sticking yourself with needles multiple times a day. Instead,…

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How to Keep Injection Sites Healthy

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Lipohypertrophy is a thickened, rubbery swelling under the skin that can happen to people where they inject insulin. These lumps may be…

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Diabetes and Exercise

Plan Your Diabetic-Friendly Exercise Routine

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It’s All in the Mind We often make promises to ourselves that begin with the purest of intentions to see through to…

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Ways to Stay Healthy with a Desk Job

Ways to Stay Healthy with a Desk Job

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Physical inactivity, especially sitting for long periods, has been linked to increased mortality rates second only to smoking, according to research from…

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CGM A Beginner's Guide

CGM (Continuous Glucose Monitoring) A Beginner’s Guide.

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When you live with diabetes a common term you might hear is Continuous Glucose Monitoring, also known as C.G.M.  For the uninitiated…

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Ten Tips for Living with a Catheter

10 Tips for Living with a Catheter

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Blockages Catheter blockages can be a serious issue for catheter users if the tubing bends or folds restricting the flow of fluids. …

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Probiotics & Diabetes

Probiotics & Diabetes

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The Microbiome The word bacteria conjures up images of creepy crawly organisms scurrying about the inner workings of your body, maybe even…

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Smoking & Diabetes

The Effects of Smoking & Diabetes

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Cardiovascular Disease Smokers have a 30-40% higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes over non-smokers.  Smoking also makes it difficult to control…

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Vitamin D vs. Diabetes

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With diabetes on it’s meteoric rise, new innovations are being discovered to help quell it’s rising numbers.  New research is looking into…

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10 ways to fight diabetes

10 Natural Ways to Combat Diabetes

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1. Early Prevention It’s not hard to speculate why so many people develop diabetes.  Genetics has a lot to do with it,…

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