Month: March 2018

New biosensing contact lens capable of detecting glucose levels in patients with diabetes

According to the research team, this innovative smart lens with built-in pliable, transparent electronics can monitor glucose levels from tears in the eye. The device has not yet been tested in humans. However, the research team expects that the release of this device will offer diabetics a pain-free way to measure their glucose levels with the blink of an eye. Read More… Source: A team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has recently introduced a new biosensing contact lens capable of detecting glucose levels in patients with...

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Diabetes Educator & Patient Communities Embrace Collaboration

Diabetes Educator & Patient Communities Embrace Collaboration I am excited to introduce you to the groundbreaking collaboration between the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE), the membership organization for diabetes educators, and peer support communities. The benefits are already coming to life! READ MORE… Source: Diabetes Educator & Patient Communities Embrace...

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Bringing peace of mind at mealtime with Nima Gluten & Peanut Sensors

People with food intolerances or sensitivities are anxious about the health repercussions that can follow dining out. Nima is a discreet and portable sensor that currently detects gluten in liquid and solid foods in about two minutes. Sensors for the detection of peanut, milk, and tree nuts are in development. Read More… Source: Sensing Food Allergins and...

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Eat better & manage your health with DietSensor

DietSensor is the most innovative nutrition tracking app in the world. Whether you want to achieve a weight loss goal, work to build more muscle, eat more balanced meals, manage cholesterol, or manage insulin-dependent diabetes, DietSensor could be the perfect option for you. Download the free app today, and find out why! Read More… Source: DietSensor, Made by...

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