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Technology has transformed the way we do almost everything, and it’s finally innovating diabetes management. With the advancement in technologies like continuous glucose monitors, traditional insulin pumps are evolving into smarter devices that can automate insulin delivery — what some people refer to as an artificial pancreas.  A DIY community of diabetics learned how to hack …

If you want to live longer, the lifestyle of oldest people should be a model for you. You should be interested why centenarians become centenarians and what they do for live that long. Is it because they have low cholesterol? Is it because they eat natural food? Is it because they exercise a lot and …

Nearly 18% of working-age adults with diabetes are rationing their own medication by taking smaller dosages, waiting to fill prescriptions or skipping the treatments altogether, according to a new government study. The finding, which comes from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is not exactly a revelation. Over the past few years, there’s been no …

NEWPORT — In 1993, at the beginning of Jeanne Brown’s career as a diabetes educator — which was motivated by her grandfather’s experience with Type I diabetes — she spent most of her time talking with patients about exercise, nutrition, foot care and what it’s like to live with a chronic disease. Now, Brown spends …

Recently, someone asked if I think eating to reverse PCOS will be as important in the next few years as it is today. Without some major changes happen, I think it will actually be more important. Three main reasons for this are: 1. The obesity epidemic is likely to lead to more women who have …