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Researchers have discovered two possible substitutes for the A1C test in certain populations; plus, two types of glucose meter have been voluntarily recalled by their manufacturer…
Last week I was busy being blown away by the amazing technology of glucose test strips. But back to reality…
Have you looked at test strip prices and thought, “These should be made of gold?”
Have you been ordered by your doctor to get your A1C (HbA1c) level up? More people are having this confusing experience, as doctors try to implement the 2013 ADA treatment guidelines. Do these orders make sense? Not much, I’d say.
One of the most important self-management skills is keeping logs of health-related information. Do you do that? What do you keep records of? Are you consistent with logging, and does it help?
New research shows that short bouts of moderately intense walking in the morning and after meals can lower blood glucose levels after eating and improve 24-hour glucose control…
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