With the rise in computing technology, the development of smart wearables has grown significantly, allowing users to track and monitor various health and fitness metrics. In addition to the development of hardware, the rise of computing technology has also led to the development of sophisticated software and algorithms that can analyse the data collected by smart wearables.
Innovative insulin coolers for diabetic medicine during travels
With the increasing advancements in technology, living with diabetes can be a lot less stressful. Choosing cost-effective and the right storage equipment for your insulin medicine is important to a better quality of life, especially when you are someone who travels frequently.
Reduce diabetic foot problems through proper foot care
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), diabetes is a major cause of lower limb amputations, among other serious health complications.
Innovations in Continuous Glucose Monitoring for diabetics
Continuous Glucose Monitoring Device. For a long time to diabetics, fingerprick tests were a regular affair when it came to monitoring their blood sugar levels. However, a recent generation of devices called Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) have risen to give accurate blood sugar readings in almost real time. Follow us on Telegram for the latest […]
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Foot care for people with diabetes
People with diabetes must pay close attention to their feet and exercise proper foot care to prevent minor injuries from developing into major complications.