Diabetes Technology

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ADA 2019 Standards of Care Reveal Key Recommendations for Diabetes Technology

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) updates its Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes every year to give doctors, clinicians, and patients key …

Study: Diabetes Management Apps May Not Be The Panacea to Glucose Management

You may be a little overwhelmed by all the new diabetes management apps out there. Well, you’re not alone. Now, a new study from Singapore …

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Company on Mission to Put 10 Million Type 2 Diabetes Patients into Remission by 2022

Diabetes care is at the forefront of many new innovations, from monitoring devices that synch with apps to devices that track and administer the …

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One Drop Launches New Tool and Integrates with Health Records on iPhone

One Drop, a digital healthcare company, today announced the launch of a powerful new approach to supporting people with diabetes in their day-to-day …

POPS! Diabetes Care Announces FDA Clearance of POPS!® one System

POPS! Diabetes Care received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance of their POPS!® one Blood Glucose Monitoring System yesterday. …

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Klue Expands Artificial Intelligence Platform with Offering for Type 1 Diabetes

Klue, a digital health company focused on behavior tracking and positive change, announces today it plans to expand its platform to type 1 diabetes. …

The Best Insulin Pumps on the Market

An insulin pump is a small computerized device that delivers insulin for the treatment of diabetes. The pump is programmed to release insulin in …

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Glucose Meter Shopping Guide

Looking for a blood glucose monitor? Here’s our extensive guide to the products on the market today. dLife does not endorse any product …

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Amazing d-Tech: Insulin in a Pill

By Wil Dubois The problem with proteins is that they digest quite nicely. That’s not a problem when the protein is a T-Bone steak, but what if the …

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Meet Your New Pal: the Pedometer

Regular activity, like walking, is one of the best ways to help control your blood sugar levels. Using a pedometer, or step counter—a small, …

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