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Insulin Pill Instead Of Injections For Type 2

Insulin Pill Instead Of Injections For Type 2 The capsule will change a lot of lives because some people living with type 2 diabetes need insulin injections every day. Researchers aimed to develop an easier way for patients to take daily medications that require injections, and they have created an amazing capsule to do this. The team is now continuing to work on developing the technology and optimizing the manufacturing process for the capsules. They believe this type of drug delivery could be useful for any protein drug that normally…

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The Future for Apple Is Medicine, Not the iPhone

The Future for Apple Is Medicine, Not the iPhone Apple is quietly turning its Watch into a next-generation medical device. Chronic conditions like diabetes, arthritis and heart disease were a $1.1 trillion market, just in the U.S in 2016.  Those numbers are rising as people age worldwide. Much of that money is wasted on people forgetting to take their medicines or monitor things like blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Apple wants to change that through (FDA) approval of medical features on the Watch, like a heart monitor and a system for detecting falls in…

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Type 2 diabetes: NHS to offer 800-calorie diet treatment

Type 2 diabetes: NHS to offer 800-calorie diet treatment Thousands of people with type 2 diabetes in England are to be prescribed a very low-calorie diet in the hope of reversing their condition. Under the pilot they will be restricted to 800 calories a day, in the form of soups and shakes, for three months. When the diet was trialled last year, almost half of those involved managed to put their diabetes into remission. NHS England has also announced it’s expanding a programme to prevent people developing type 2 diabetes.…

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Freestyle Libre Cost – Free On NHS UK April 2019

Free Style Libre Cost FreeStyle Libre consists of a small sensor patch that is placed on the arm and can be worn for up to 14 days. Developed by Abbott Diabetes Care, the patch measures glucose levels in the interstitial fluid between the cells right under the skin. Although the measurements are not as accurate as using a blood test, the device allows patients to monitor their glucose levels continuously and wirelessly, either using a reading device or downloading an app on their phones. So…. what is the Freestyle Libre…

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